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10 Feelings You Have When You’re Trying To Revise For Final Exams

Brace yourselves, final exams are coming – really soon. Revisions have become your new daily routine and are going to dramatically affect your emotions. 

1. Denial.

Your first exam is in three weeks, so you think there is no need to rush. You keep binge watching Netflix instead of getting to work.

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2. Resignation.

You have now one week left, and despite your lack of motivation, you finally realise it’s time to start revising.

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3. Panic.

Only 5 days before your first exam, and you haven’t done a lot, which makes you terribly anxious.

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4. Fear.

The more you read your notes the more afraid you are about failing. You don’t know if you’ll actually make it.

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5. Guilt.

You’re blaming yourself for the time you wasted by procrastinating, and promise it will never happen again.

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6. Anger.

At this stage, you can’t make sense of your notes any more and snap at everybody, especially yourself.

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7. Frustration.

You’re now constantly annoyed with your revisions. You have the impression you’re not learning anything and that your brain is totally inefficient.

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8. Despair.

You’ve spent too many hours revising in your room. and you’re not sure you’ll smile ever again. Your life has just lost all its meaning.

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9. Envy.

When revising for your final exams, you wish you could improve your tan outside or play football in the park.

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10. Satisfaction.

The day before your exam you realise that you’ve actually learned key points, which reassures you and gives you self-confidence for the big day.

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