Studying for finals and midterms can be rough. There's so much material to learn and the exams are usually scheduled for a few days in a row. It gets even worse when you're sitting at your desk at 2am, with a can of your favorite energy drink, papers everywhere, and you're struggling to figure out what your professor said in the third class of your taxation course. You strain your brain even further and realize there's no way you'll be able to figure out what's going on in the problem you're tackling. The basic understanding of the concepts just isn't there. "Oh well, maybe this concept won't be on the exam," you think. And so you close your book and nod off to sleep...on your desk, of course.

Fast forward to when the run as risen, and you're 1.5 hours into the exam. You flip the page in your exam booklet and see the EXACT problem you were staring at 2am in the morning...except that the numbers have been changed. "I couldn't do it with the numbers in the original the heck can I do it with these new numbers?!" you think frantically.

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