Emma Watson helped a fan study for an exam via FaceTime

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If you’ve got a big test to study for, just summon this actress in your mind, and she might just appear. Wouldn’t that be nice?

Well, Therese Kiara got the experience of a lifetime when Emma Watson FaceTimed her during a study session. I mean, can you imagine a better motivator?

If you’re thinking right now: How in the world did this happen? You’re not alone.

Apparently, Kiara’s mom went on a trip to New York, but her daughter couldn’t come along because she had to study for a biology exam. As Kiara was studying, her phone started going off. It was her mom—wanting to FaceTime. Little did she know that her mom also had a “friend” with her.

It was none other than Watson. Watson’s face came into view, and she said, “Hi! Study hard!” I’m sure Kiara’s never wanted to hit the books harder! After some time for a minor freak out, of course!

In a Facebook post, Kiara explained how it all went down.

“I was just studying for my Bio exam when my Mom called to show Emma Watson standing behind her, then she approached and politely asked Emma if she can say hi to me on the cam. She was so kind and sweet,” she wrote.

After speaking with Watson briefly, Kiara’s reaction was priceless. “OH GOOD LORD, I CAN NOT BREATHE,” she wrote. And honestly, who could blame her?

She went on to say that Watson had been the “perfect motivation to study.” I can only imagine.

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Thankfully, she really did have her thinking cap on because she was quick enough to remember to screenshot her conversation with Watson. Now, that’s a study reminder she can keep forever. Great thinking, indeed!

This isn’t the first time Watson’s proved to be pro education, either. Shortly after the presidential election, she spent a day leaving books around various New York subway stations to promote reading.

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So, if you happen to see a book in a subway, there’s a definite chance it was left there by her. Pick it up and give it a read, would you?

And always remember to do as Watson says and “study hard.” One day, it’ll definitely pay off!


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