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15 Guaranteed Ways To Irritate Every Student During Exam Season

“Just stop worrying.”

1. Keep reminding them how close their exams are.

I had no idea. Thank you.

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2. And repeatedly ask them how it’s all going.

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3. Then, when they return the question, tell them you’re feeling great about everything.

So pleased 4 u

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4. Keep saying things like: “It will all be OK, you know?”

Will it?

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5. Or telling them they should just take a break for a bit.

Don’t tempt me.

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6. And then, when they actually do take one,┬ásay: “Don’t you think you should be revising?”

Seriously?

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7. Ask them a question about a topic you know they haven’t even got close to revising yet.

ffs

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8. Or let them vent to you about how bad their revision is going before revealing you got loads done today.

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thanks for nothing

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9. Say to them: “Just don’t worry about it.”

Oh, OK then. I won’t.

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10. Or: “You probably know more than you think.”

I don’t tho┬á­čÖé

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11. Offer to help them revise and end up confusing them even more.

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12. Make any implication that their revision method is wrong.

How do you know?

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13. Ask them if they feel ready for their exams when you already know the answer.

Just… no.

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14. Start panicking over a topic right before the exam and look to them for help.

Welcome to my life.

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15. And then, when it’s all over, start discussing everything you wrote even though you weren’t asked.

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