OH MY GOD, this person has been awake for like sooo many hours and “borrowed" sooo many pills from their prescriptionally gifted roommate that they don't even know what they're doing anymore. But they do know what they're doing, because they've been documenting it ad nauseum via Facebook status since they got to the library. Which, by the way, was not 286 consecutive hours ago, because that's physically impossible—and you watched them sleep through the math class you have together.

How they think they did on the exam:
“I totally rocked it, there's no way I get anything less than an A-."

How they did on the exam
: Failed

As far as preparing for a test is concerned, this person has done everything right. They've gone to office hours, reviewed their notes, converted those notes to flashcards, reviewed those flashcards, looked over the professor's study guide, made their own study guide, looked over that study guide, and fulfilled their daily sleeping requirement—every day for the past three weeks. This person will even allot themselves enough time before the exam to enjoy a meal AND shower. If only they knew how much everyone in the room appreciated their apple-scented shampoo.

How they think they did on the exam:
“Oh, I most definitely failed."

How they did on the exam:
Aced

This person feels absolutely no need to study. I mean, they went to all the classes, took the notes, and did the homework, what else is there to do? The only thing this guy has planned is to sit back, relax, and antagonize all the “uptight bookworm worriers" by liking their pre-exam panic Facebook statuses. While his classmates are bombarding the Psych professor with last-minute questions, he's watching the second season of Arrested Development on Netflix. As test time approaches, he'll start thinking about maybe “skimming through his notes a bit", but it's too late, the panic attack has already begun.

How they think they did on the exam:
(Curls up into a ball and weeps)

How they did on the exam:
DNC-Did Not Complete (Curled up into a ball and wept)

Considering they were able to not only memorize their favorite Starbucks order, but that of everyone they've ever grabbed a “tall iced coffee in a grande cup with extra ice, 3 pumps hazelnut, 2 pumps classic, an inch of non-fat milk, with a dome lid and a venti straw" with, you'd think committing the verb conjugations from Italian 101 to memory would be a little easier for them. But it's kind of hard to get started studying when you have to relieve yourself in the third floor bathroom every five minutes (it's more trainquil than the ones on the first and second floor). Even if they could find time to study between all the coffee runs and bathroom breaks, their hands would be far too shaky to open the textbook.

How they think they did on the exam:
“Great—bad—decent—I DON'T KNOW!"

How they did on the exam:
Hard to tell, they spilled coffee on the paper.

You might recognize this person as “the kid who always raises his hand," “the kid who answers every question," or “the kid who isn't wearing sweatpants." Even the professor knows this person could pass without studying, but that's not a chance they're willing to take. This person knows that you can't get into med school if you're not in the library sixteen hours a day. Well, at least that's what their parents told them. For this person, not studying means doing frightening things like having fun, enjoying life, or worst of all, calling their parents.

How they think they did on the exam:
“Really well."

How they did on the exam:
Really well.

This guy hasn't been to class since the very first day—which was also the best day because he sat next to you and said “What's good?- Okay, fine, he didn't ask you what's good, but it was the team's best player and he did sit down next to you. I don't know if it's because by this time next year he'll be making millions of dollars playing as a professional or because he got Jay-Z to come to his kegger, but he's got an undeniably cool way about him. So cool, in fact, that you didn't mind finding a new place to sit so he could use your chair as a footrest. While you and the rest of the class are slaving away in the library, this guy will be living-it-up and doing really impressive dunks on the basketball court. And, for some reason, everyone is pretty okay with that.

How they think they did on the exam:
“What exam?"

How they did on the exam:
Passed, with an assist from an unidentified tutor.