9 things that goes through your mind when the DSE examiner collects your paper

9 things that goes through your mind when the DSE examiner collects your paper

So, what's on your mind when you finish the exams?

The moment an exam is over, a mix of emotion rushes through you: relief from the exam being over, exhaustion from all the hours you'd spent studying, fear from all the questions you're not sure you got right, and anxiety from thinking about the next exam. No matter what kind of student you are, we're sure you've felt a few of these following emotions when an exam is over and the examiner comes to collect your paper!

1 Snarl at him like a protective bear; you hadn't finished that last question.


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2 Take a deep breath and smell the sweet scent of perspiration and hell.


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3 Relax; it's over.


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4 Attempt to communicate with the person sitting next to you by blinking in Morse code, to see if they think it went well.


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5 Go over the answers in your brain and feel your heart shatter into a thousand pieces as you count four mistakes already.


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6 Suddenly recall the correct answer for the 15-mark question you messed up and whimper as you watch the examiner take away your paper.


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7 Peek at the rest of the answer sheets he is holding and whoop internally as you spot someone else with the same answer as you - that means it must be right!


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8 (Studious students) Delete everything that had to do with the exam you just took and start revising for the next subject.


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9 (Lazy students) Sleep; you were up until 4am this morning and you need to recharge for the next exam.


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