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Stressed over too many p-sets? Three exams and a few papers in a week? We’ve all been there. The Tech ran a quick poll to see what students listen to when they’re feeling overwhelmed. Here’s the list of MIT’s most popular de-stressing songs.

Better Together — Jack Johnson

On Top of the World — Imagine Dragons

Home — Philip Phillips

Die Young — Ke$ha

Sail — Awolnation

Wild Ones — Flo Rida

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together — Taylor Swift

Welcome Home — Radical Face

The Lonely — Christina Perri

Casimir Pulaski Day — Sufjan Stevens

Wannabe — Spice Girls

Run — Amy MacDonald

Here We Go Again — Pixie Lott

Better Than Revenge — Taylor Swift

So What — Pink

All I Ever Wanted — Basshunter

Home — Michael Bublé

Parachute — Cheryl Cole

Send Me On My Way — Rusted Root

Here Comes The Sun — The Beatles

If We Ever Meet Again — Timbaland, feat. Katy Perry

Don’t Stop Believing — Journey

Footloose — Kenny Loggins

Grace Kelly — MIKA

Viva La Vida — Coldplay

Sooner Or Later — Michael Tolcher

All I Ever Wanted — Kelly Clarkson

Mr. Brightside — The Killers

Silhouettes — Avicii

Classical music

Cello Concerto in E minor
— Edward Elgar

Moonlight Sonata
— Ludwig van Beethoven

Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini — Sergei Rachmaninoff

Symphony No. 9 (New World)
— Antonin Dvorak

Lover’s Ghost
— Ralph Vaughan Williams

­—Compiled by Arts staff