10 most common problems faced by students during exams
Exams are the creepiest part in student’s life. It’s that one phase where the paper you write decides your future (not that the papers any student writes is meaningful). So this exam season, South Report takes a look at the most common problems!
1. Sleepless nights:
Its only during exams that the bed seems more attractive than anything else. It tells us that sleep is more important than anything else on earth.
2. Inappropriate diet:
While the stress is enough to bog one down, the fact that you can’t eat because of the stress adds to it.
3. Gallery full of papers:
Your phone’s gallery is no longer filled with pictures of your friends and loved ones. Your whatsapp messages also have screenshots of formulae and what not.
4. Negativity all around:
You want to kick yourself for not studying earlier and it gets you down more..
5. Change in friends:
Yes, all of a sudden, you become friends with the extremely studious guy who you bullied all along.
6. Mugging up skills:
Your mugging up skills get enhanced because when you don’t understand. You blindly learn it and just dump it on paper.
7. Bath issues:
Some take it to the next level and completely forgo even bathing, so they can cram in a few more lines of their course work.
8. Micro Xerox:
Ah the last resort… And taking a cue out of Joker from Batman, the xerox shop guy will charge you a lot more.. You know, if you are good at something, never do it for free.
9. Study night-outs:
All those nights when you spent grabbing that midnight snack or just chilling around with your buddies on the empty roads seem like a distant past as now you only stay up to study.
10. Hall ticket problems:
This is again an instance where you want to kick yourself for bunking so many classes and losing up on attendance as now you have to beg your college people to let you write the exam!
Anyway, while all these problems are common, South Report wishes the very best to whoever is writing their exams this season!
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