Experiences: Term Tests

Hello guys! I want to share with you my experience with term tests. Most of you already know me, but those who don't I hope this description helps you to know me better. 

Well, you should know that I go through different stages. 

Firstly, I go through the "I still have time" period. Whenever a teacher tells us the date of the exam I tell myself "I have like two months to prepare myself for the exam".

Secondly, I go through the "denial" process. I start looking for excuses so as to avoid my resposabilities. I know I have to study a lot. That's why, I start doing other things. Maybe one day I wake up and realize how fond I am of chinese literature ahhaha. 

Thirdly, I go through "I hate my life" period. I usually get angry with myself because I never do things in the right time. 

Fourthly, I go through the "I will quit this subject" period. At this moment, my self steem is very low. I repeat myself over and over again that I'm not capable of getting a passing mark in the exam. 

Fifthly, I go through the "my family is about to kill me" period. Everyone gets tired of all the drama I create around an exam. So, my not so lovely family starts to tell me what I should or shouldn't do. 

Sixthly, I go through the "YOLO" period. I take a very negative attitude towards the term test. So, I find myelf going out with my friends at times in which I should be reading and trying to enjoy "the moment". 

Finally, I go through the "I don't have time" period. The day before the exam my brain starts working. So, I start reading and writing summaries of the most important facts of the subject. 

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  1. Wow! Some of your stages are very similar to Emiliano's... maybe you can get together and create a cure to this recurrent procrastination problem! ;-)

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