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Reality vs Expectations: Prep for Finals

For those about to cram, we salute you

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Expectation:

Put aside all distractions and unlock the resonant frequency of concentration and understanding that will allow you to conquer the odds and find victory in your qualitative prerequisite.

Reality:

Throw in the towel after 32 seconds of agonizing textbook reading and binge-watch season two of Daredevil instead.

 

Expectation:

Gather an array of vast knowledge on two influential philosophers for your compare and contrast essay.

Reality:

Compare and contrast the skill sets of Batman and Superman as you get ready to bet next semester’s tuition on a hunch.

 

Expectation:

Assemble a group of the finest students in the class for the most epic turn-the-tides study session of your academic career.

Reality:

Collectively fall off the study wagon before the 60 minute mark and head to the bar for some pre-exam confidence boosting.

 

Expectation:

Make time in your busy schedule to tackle your tumultuous take-home exam ahead of time so you can plan ahead for other classroom finals.

Reality:

Fake your own death and begin your aspiring new career as a bartender at Fijian resort. Trust me, it’s better this way.

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