Students have to go through various tough situations such as dealing with annoying professors and being an all-nighter when required. A few words are not enough to explain how difficult it is to be a student. So let us do it through a list of memes.
I have searched all through the internet to find the best pictures that best describes the real essence of school life. You may be getting ready for a class and needing a break. Or you just simply want to indulge in enjoyable past events. Either way, Check the collection of creative and funny pictures and scroll through to see what I’ve come up with!
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*moves an image 1 mm to the left*
all text and images shift. 4 new pages appear. in the distance, sirens.
— College Student (@ColIegeStudent) September 24, 2017
#2 Ha, College Sounds Like A Hell Hole
University Physics with Modern Physics 14th Edition by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
— ً (@sahaj_amatya) January 28, 2020
#3 Always Me
That moment when the teacher walks up to you during an exam and looks at your paper then shouts out "GUYS PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU READ THE QUESTIONS CAREFULLY" ?? pic.twitter.com/INYqC4IcD6
— Lahter? (@MustyLatarima) June 23, 2020
Not to mention, the pandemic made sure there’s nothing “normal” or “routine” regarding this academic year. Various classes were held in-person or mixed-mode and some remote; the requirement to wear masks and follow social distancing; and gathering restrictions.
Some of the freshmen told PennState News how they are navigating college amidst these challenging periods, and ways of finding fun.
“It was my dream to come to Penn State after hearing all my dad’s stories about his time as a student,” Angie Busch said. “It’s obviously hard for everyone to adjust, but I make sure to do my part because I don’t want to leave the happiest place on Earth.”
“With all the protocols in place, I have been able to explore a lot of campus with my roommate. We have found a good group of friends to hang out with in a socially distant manner. We aren’t going to let this virus ruin our time here.”
#4 Prof Brain
MY PROFESSOR ONLY LIKES TO BE ADDRESSED BY HIS FIRST NAME AND I PUT BRAIN INSTEAD OF BRIAN!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/AVWsh2739n
— jaz (@fukeryyy) January 31, 2019
#5 College Is Hard
#6 My College Doesn’t Want Us To Make Popcorn In Their S****y Microwaves
Tommy Doughty, who takes one class in person per week, said that things aren’t the way it used to be. However he added that he’s “been able to adapt and so far at Penn State I have been having a great time.”
“Since this is my first college experience, it’s weird. However, we have to make the most of it, and I am only here for four years so I have been trying to maximize the number of people I meet. I have learned over the years that positivity is key and that even though our classes aren’t in person, there is still tons of fun to be had at Penn State,” according to Doughty.
#7 When You Do All The Word In A Group Project
#8 Reaching That Word Count
when you're writing an essay and trying to hit that 500 word count… pic.twitter.com/7UmkLXeg1C
— Aéropostale (@Aeropostale) September 6, 2015
#9 College Decisions
I just watched a girl in class look confused during the lecture then literally open up her laptop and change her major
— m (@lizardtre) October 1, 2019
Absence of face-to-face teaching amidst the COVID-19 pandemic had caused concerns regarding consequences on students’ learning. With only limited data on this subject, a 2021 study evaluated the effect on primary school performance with schools closing. The study was conducted in the Netherlands.
“Our results reveal a learning loss of about 3 percentile points or … the equivalent to one-fifth of a school year, the same period that schools remained closed,” the researchers wrote. “Losses are up to 60% larger among students from less-educated homes, confirming worries about the uneven toll of the pandemic on children and families.”
“The findings imply that students made little or no progress while learning from home and suggest losses even larger in countries with weaker infrastructure or longer school closures.”
However, we got memes to ease ourselves while things return back to normal.
#10 I’m Always Losing Focus
#11 Gotta Stay Productive
i just saw a guy in the library cry for five or so minutes and then his phone alarm went off and he just? stopped crying? and went right on back to work
— margater (@maggieisntcool) October 1, 2018
#12 New Test Instructions
#13 Two Ship Passing In The Night
#14 Ouch, That Hurts!
#15 When The Teacher Is About To Switch The Powerpoint And You’re Still Not Done Taking Notes
#16 Things I Study vs Things I’m Asked On The Exam
#17 Savvy Helps, When You Have No Money!
#18 College vs High School
My prof started our lecture by telling us he canceled the last two classes because he has been suffering from depression and this dude beside me types “prof is depressed :(“ as his first bullet point lmaoo
— ፈይ (@fayvourite_) February 1, 2019
#20 Every Time
#21 I’m The Rarest In My College
#22 When You Know You Did A Bad Job, But You’re Just Proud You Finished Your Assignment!
#23 College In A Nutshell
#24 Yup, That’s What College Is Like
#25 Wouldn’t Want Smart Kids Going To College
#26 College Life In A Nutshell
#27 I Graduated From College Today. This Pretty Much Sums It Up
#28 Or Basically Any Other College Major
#29 College Life
#30 See You
When the professor says attendance won't affect your grade pic.twitter.com/MapwVVfDc1
— YA BOY DANNY TANNER (@DannyTanner) September 1, 2015
#31 Welcome To College
#32 When The Exam Is Too Hard, And You Gotta See If You’re Still Alive
#33 It’s Hard Being A College Student
#34 School And College Be Like
#35 College Students Everywhere Unite
#37 The Struggle
#38 Freshman vs Seniors
#39 You Doing Same?
#40 The Struggle
#41 College Is So Much Harder Than This -Every High School Teacher Ever
#42 When All You Want To Do Is Sleep, But Attendance Counts For 15% Of Your Final Grade
#43 College Be Like
#44 As A Uni Student With No Money, I Give You My New Cups!
#45 This Isn’t Surreal, This Is High School And College
#46 How Comforting
#47 Gen Z Has Record Low College Enrollment
#48 When Your Alarm Goes Off And You’re Trying To Count How Many Times You Missed That Class Already
#49 Just Made It To College 0/10 Would Not Recommend
#50 When You Finally Graduating College