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They say chocolate is great for relieving stress. Next time a class is making you anxious, check this list for the perfect companion chocolate!

 

Math: Dark chocolate – the percentage should be inversely correlated with your expected grade in the class.

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www.yelp.com

Biology: Chocolate orange

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www.harveysgroves.com

Physics: Toblerone – truly a marvel of modern engineering.

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us.toblerone.com

Chemistry: Mexican hot chocolate – you could spend all semester analyzing the flavor compounds.

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chowwithxhico.blogspot.com

US History: Anything Ghirardelli

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www.ghirardelli.com

European History: Milk chocolate – made possible in 1875 by Nestlé’s powdered milk.

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www.nestle.com

Environmental Science: Any of those brands that promise to save the rainforest if you buy their chocolate bar.

www.rainforesttrust.org

www.rainforesttrust.org

Computer Science: Chocolate Companion Cubes!

Photo credit: Jasmine Sears

Photo credit: Jasmine Sears

Psychology: Nut clusters

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www.lindtusa.com

English: Sea salt caramel truffles – you know they’re sophisticated classics, but you’d probably prefer something more popular.

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prestat-chocolate.com

Drama: Chocolate-covered fruit – goes great with cheese.

www.berries.com

www.berries.com

Art: Chocolate paint tubes

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www.nendo.jp

PE: White chocolate – this isn’t a real subject, so it gets a fake chocolate.

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