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Finals Week Means Hell Week
Let's be honest, no one likes to study. In fact, i'd say that most people dread it. However, when it comes to being a college student, studying is inevitable and during finals week it's crucial. Going into college, you learn that the most important time isn't just finals week, but the week and days before it begins. The days you have to study.
Towards the end of the semester, I often find myself getting burnt out with zero motivation to even go to class. Regardless of my lack of motivation, I really care about my grades, well, I care about passing -- (C's get degrees). So when it comes to Finals Week, I like to finish strong and give myself a reason to celebrate. Here are some study tips to help you come out on top at the end of finals week.
Being a busy college student, you don't have time to lay around all day after night out of drinking. If you're anything like me, that's all you want to do because of the awful hangovers I get. I tried every remedey and "cure" out there. The one I found the most effective was waking up, chugging water, getting some food in my system, and then working out. Yes, the last thing you would ever think about doing when hungover.