They say high school are the best years of your life, but that depends on how well you ace the SATs. October means it’s finally time to come to terms with your test results, so check out these hilarious memes of students flipping out!
Most high school students have it so easy. They don’t have to pay rent, worry about car insurance, or deal with incompetent landlords. The only concern weighing heavily on their minds is getting into college, which is where the SATs come into play. Students spend weeks preparing and studying for the dreaded test, but NOTHING prepares you for the moment the results come in. Opening up that envelope feels like the longest seconds of our lives, and the outcomes aren’t always what we hoped they’d be. No one understands this better than these Twitter users.
When you've had a horrible week and you get your SAT scores and you're disappointed pic.twitter.com/ZMJGM6uyx8
— Spoopy Bee (@ali_snider) October 27, 2016
SAT results came out, and I did good and my mom is proud pic.twitter.com/FjdSOoOnhw
— ️ (@partitionmix) October 27, 2016
me: "I can't wait to see my scores, I swear I did better than my last one!"
SAT Scores: pic.twitter.com/cnILjUESQK
— ㅤ (@kojooappiah) October 27, 2016
MY SAT SCORES ARE BACK & IM IN THE TOP 3% DIGGITY DAMN pic.twitter.com/fHtoCuxCmV
— Spooky Sarah 🏳️🌈 (@SarahAssassin) October 27, 2016
Me after I get my SAT scores back pic.twitter.com/V47Qb9Hre3
— Taylor🌴 (@tayp12321) October 27, 2016
OK, so SOME students felt proud and accomplished, but most just seemed disappointed. There’s a lot that can go wrong on SAT day, and it’s not always due to a lack of studying. Some students just flat out aren’t good test takers and can’t handle stress that well. Others may have personal stuff going on that clouds their concentration. Luckily, some colleges allow you to re-take the SATs, and if you score higher than before, they’ll use that new result in their files. There is a chance for a do-over!
Good news is, you’re not alone in this mess. A-listers like Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson have been in our shoes (and look how well they’ve done for themselves). “I got a 1080, which was pretty low,” dished Scarlett. “But that was probably because I didn’t answer half of the math questions.” As for Matt, don’t try to compare yourself to him. That dude went to Harvard and got a near-perfect score on his SATs. No wonder he got to play Jason Bourne…
HollywoodLifers, how did YOU react when you saw your SAT scores?