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Dealing with Senioritis

kendrickgirlkendrickgirl Posts: 124Registered User Junior Member
edited January 2013 in High School Life
Haha so I'm taking 5 APs this year O.O and I'm totally regretting this decision right now. So how are you guys dealing with senioritis, Class of 2017?

I'm trying to motivate myself but now that I'm done with college apps I just feel like I'm done.
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Replies to: Dealing with Senioritis

  • HarveyMuddLoveHarveyMuddLove Posts: 418Registered User Member
    embrace it
  • kendrickgirlkendrickgirl Posts: 124Registered User Junior Member
    hahahaha. okay i'll try. just don't want my grades to drop.
  • JazziiJazzii Posts: 1,332Registered User Senior Member
    Embrace it and love it. Urban dictionary has the best definition. I take 3 AP classes and a college level math course and guess what Hw I'm not doing?!

    I'm glad my teachers understand
  • kendrickgirlkendrickgirl Posts: 124Registered User Junior Member
    haha urban dictionary is hilarious.
    did you guys already get in? i regular decision'd to all my schools.
  • RhebarRhebar Posts: 167Registered User Junior Member
    I'm thinking about embracing it. I know I won't be able to fight it off, so why not? It's going to be a looooonnnnngggg four months until AP tests...
  • beatles11beatles11 Posts: 200Registered User Junior Member
    I embrace it! My schedule helps me out a lot though. Only 3 AP's and a 300 level philosophy class. Two varsity sports force me to somewhat try at least. Embrace it! Have fun your senior year. Keep your grades at an optimal level, but just remember that come next year, no one will care what your grades were. Have fun!
  • stressedoutttstressedouttt Posts: 3,992Registered User Senior Member
    In other cases, senioritis may show signs early on in birth, then progressing in elementary school, middle school, and the beginning of 9th grade. This usually means that the student goes to a bad school where he or she (usually he) has to take stupid, nonsensical courses, and question the validacy of the system.

    be grateful you're not one of these cases ;)

    ah urban dictionary xD
  • kendrickgirlkendrickgirl Posts: 124Registered User Junior Member
    hahah nah i haven't had senioritis since i was a kid. that would be bad!
    yeah i'm just going to enjoy the rest of the year and try to not stress out.
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