Finals Season: NZ Style

Ughhh finals—the bane of my existence at the moment, honestly. Is it because I’m a senior and this is my last semester? I don’t know why but studying is so much harder this finals season! The senioritis is real, people. I’ve done nothing but study for the past 1.5 weeks. And in the next 48 hours, it will all be over. But my goodness, the next 24 hours will be hell: after I finish the biodiversity exam at 4 pm, I’ll have to finish reviewing the lectures and cramming notes for genetics until that final at 9 am.

So apologies for the shortest post by far this semester, but I need to get back to the grind. All this studying and self-torture better be worth it!!!

What I’ve learned:

  1. The Arthropoda phylum is the largest animal phylum.
  2. A coelom is a fluid-filled body cavity.

What I need to learn:

  1. An entire semester’s worth of genetics in the next 24 hours.
  2. How to cook a nutritious meal in the throes of a stress-induced, mental breakdown.
If I have to stare at this textbook and memorize the lac operon for an entire week, then you have to, too.