Songs To Get You Through Every Stage of Studying for Finals

Songs To Get You Through Every Stage of Studying for Finals

Stressed about finals? Need some songs to help you push through? Here are some of the best tunes for all the stages of studying and, well, grief.

  

For when you realize how much you need to study:

These songs help explain that moment of panic you have when you find out how much information you may not know. But don’t worry, things will only go up from here.

Dancing on My Own- Callum Scott

Cherry Wine- Hozier

Not Today- Alessia Cara

When you haven’t slept and are running on caffeine:

It’s been hours of trying to relearn lessons and remember terms and the only thing keeping you going is the copious amounts of caffeine in your body. You’re slowly starting to grasp some concepts, so you feel like the night could be coming to an end. These songs describe that feeling for you.

No Sleep- Wiz Khalifa

All I Want- Kodaline

Another Sad Love Song- Khalid

For when you’re just about over it:

You have studied as much as you can and are reaching your breaking point. Here are some tunes to sum up that moment of tiredness when you can’t fit any more information into your brain.

FourFiveSeconds- Rihanna, Kanye West, and Paul McCartney

Wake Me Up When September Ends- Green Day

Lose It- Oh Wonder

When you’re mentally preparing yourself minutes before the final:

Its moments before your final and the nerves are kicking in. Pump yourself up with these songs because you’ve got this.

Stronger- Kanye West

Viva La Vida- Coldplay

The Show Goes On- Lupe Fiasco

When you find out you crushed the exam:

Not only did you survive it, but you aced the exam. It’s time to celebrate with some songs that make you feel like you’re on top of the world (because you are).

On Top of the World- Imagine Dragons

Opposite of Adults- Chiddy Bang

Roses- The Chainsmokers

Finding Art in All the Open Spaces

Finding Art in All the Open Spaces

Edvinas Rupkus Is Living in the Moment On and Off the Court

Edvinas Rupkus Is Living in the Moment On and Off the Court