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A+ in procrastination

The art of slacking off during exams


A few weeks ago, when my anatomy and physiology exams were looming on the horizon, I wasn’t able to procrastinate properly. With several more chapters of my textbook to review, I felt too guilty to do anything fun. Like reading anything other than my textbooks, or playing a videogame, or going out with friends.

So instead, I would check my email ten times in a row. Or rearrange the icons on my desktop. Or delete old Word documents.

Now that final exams are over, my methods of procrastination have drastically changed. I can do whatever I want guilt-free. All of my old, ineffective methods of procrastination have been left behind.


A+ in procrastination

  1. In exactly the same boat… Should find a job… But I have 4 months to do that…

  2. Hey R.,

    Yeah, and that boat isn’t taking you to a happy place. Just when you’re starting to relax after exams, it’s time to go job hunting. Good luck with your search!