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So are we supposed to just try once a day to check for grades until the 24th?

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Same time tomorrow everyone?
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GIVE ME MY EXAM RESULTS YOU NERDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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It's also the way Japan notifies its prisoners on death row. They aren't told the date, they just do it the day of and that's how they find out.
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The good thing about being pretty confident I failed is that I don’t care.
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No work is getting done.
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I think I’ll probably just wait til I get an email tbh. There is already a ton of stress around exams, no sense in driving yourself even more crazy :)

Just think, the longer you have to wait for results, the longer you can blissfully enjoy summer and be able to justify not studying
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This is the worst part of the exam process
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Idk but I feel like sitting at the top of a drop tower from 11-12 every day
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More like I’m checking 100 times a day till the 24th
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*James Franco* First time?

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