Me: *supposed to be studying for big language test*
Me: *comes up with, writes and makes storyboard for short film*
The test hasn't started ye
No, you have to take the test before.
When a teacher announces that there’s going to be a test during the last week of school:
Spend an hour singing and dancing to showtunes
Friend: Hey, didn’t you have a chemistry test tomorrow?
Friend: And didn’t you just say that you know nothing about the subject?
Me: *reality kicks in*
Sunday night: I mean I still have 2 days to study. I can still do it.
Me: “I’m going to fail a test tomorrow.”
Dad: “Don’t go to school then.”
Mum: “It doesn’t matter. No one ever looks at your high school grades.”
PEOPLE, THIS IS NOT WHAT YOU SHOULD BE TEACHING YOUR CHILD:
When I tell my parents that I actually studied
Friday’s Chemistry test and my reactions:
When I get the test:
Exercise #4 (usually the point where I start drawing dinosaurs):
Exercise #5 (usually the point when the teacher realises that I’m drawing):
And after it’s over:
So I still haven’t managed to properly study chemistry
I read 60% of the topic and then realised:
I should be studying chemistry.
- listening to music
- uploading photos
- drinking tea
- reading the book Anette gave me
I’ll blame you if I fail, Anette.
I have a computer programming test tomorrow and this is me right now:
Yes. Great success.
I have a Math test tomorrow and none of the problems I’ve tried to solve have been correct.
The chemistry test I didn’t study for, I got a B.
This requires a Tumblr gif dance party!
Realising I have to study for a test.
An hour of studying later:
And if the teacher asks about what I wrote in the test: