Stress of Finals

Every student knows the palm-to-forehead struggle during a final exam.

Stress of Finals

Memories of past exams come back to haunt UTSA’s very first students

[ This article was originally published in the UTSA newsletter The Discourse in August 1973 ]

The second summer session [of 1973] ended with examinations August 23–24, with one UTSA student saying, “You’d think that after four years of taking exams as an undergraduate, I’d be used to them. But it just doesn’t work that way.”

Examinations mean concentration. And agony. And the immense satisfaction that comes from knowing the right answer to a tough question.

Take a walk down (someone’s) memory lane in our gallery of images taken during final exams at the end of UTSA’s very first session of classes.