How to study for exams


Final exams are the most stressful time of the year for students. They can make or break your grades, your future, and your sanity. But don't worry, there are some easy steps you can follow to ace those tests and have some fun along the way.

Step 1: Procrastinate.

Why waste your precious time studying when you can watch Netflix, play video games, or scroll through social media? You'll learn more from watching documentaries than reading textbooks anyway. Plus, you'll work better under pressure when the deadline is looming.

Step 2: Cram.

When you realize that you have only one night left to study for five exams, don't panic. Just grab some energy drinks, some snacks, and some flashcards and start cramming. You'll be amazed at how much information you can fit into your short-term memory if you repeat it enough times.

Step 3: Cheat.

If cramming doesn't work, cheating will. There are many ways to cheat on an exam without getting caught. You can write notes on your hand, your arm, or your leg. You can use your phone, your smartwatch, or your earbuds. You can copy from your neighbor, from the internet, or from the answer key. Just be careful not to get caught by the teacher or the proctor.

Step 4: Pray.

If cheating doesn't work either, praying might help. You can pray to God, to Buddha, to Allah, or to any other deity you believe in. You can pray for a miracle, for a curve, or for a cancellation. You can pray before the exam, during the exam, or after the exam. Just don't forget to thank them if they answer your prayers.

Step 5: Celebrate.

Whether you pass or fail your exams, you deserve to celebrate. You've survived another semester of school and you've learned something new (hopefully). You can celebrate by going out with friends, by treating yourself to something nice, or by sleeping for a week. You've earned it!

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