29 Questions You Ask Yourself When Writing An Essay The Night Before It’s Due
Leaving an essay to the last minute is never a good idea and will probably force you to ask yourself the following questions.
1. What have I done?
2. Why didn’t I just start it sooner?
3. When will I learn?
4. Am I capable of writing an essay in such a short space of time?
5. Did I even study this module?
6. Which essay title is the longest? I need one that will take at least 100 words up before I’ve started.
7. How am I supposed to write so many words on this subject anyway?
8. I mean, is this a joke?
9. Why have I done this to myself?
10. Can everyone else really be finished already?
11. What would happen if nobody submitted their essay tomorrow?
12. Should I start a revolution? That’s got to be easier than writing this.
13. Why isn’t my brain working?
14. At what point does referencing become listing other people’s ideas?
15. Have I got time to take a quick nap?
16. Will I ever finish this?
17. Why does it feel like the word count isn’t changing?
18. What if I just come up with an excuse as to why it’s not done?
19. Can I get away with things like that?
20. Why have I made everything so much harder for myself?
21. Should I just give up?
22. Or should I just leave university?
23. Why is everyone else sleeping?
24. Is it bad that I want to wake them up so that they share my pain?
25. How much does this essay count for? Is it worth it?
26. Why is the conclusion always so hard to write?
27. Does it matter that even I don’t understand the majority of what I’ve written?
28. Should I even submit this?