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How do you deal with burn-out?

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I am kind of experiencing some burn-out now that I've got my acceptance from the school I wanted to attend. My classes are chill this semester (except English), but I know my calculus average will take an 8% drop by the end of the class. So, how do you deal with burn-out? Any tips?
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A photo of mikhaylova13 mikhaylova13
90 is still a good mark.
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Think of entrance scholarships as motivation to keep working hard.
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That could be one.
And do keep in mind that universities do expect you to maintain a certain average, so if you start relaxing too much and let your average drop by a lot....
Could be in trouble.
Like for U of T.. if that's where you wanted to go for example. I've heard they only give a 5% leeway max.
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Ive been burnt out since about 3 weeks before semester 1 exams. It sucks. I really gotta push myself to get out of bed in the morning. I guess Im just tired of constantly having to prove myself, even though Im already satisfied knowing that Im good enough. Seriously, I wish you could just take an IQ test and get placed in a university from there, lol...But yeah this is nothing new to me I always get burnt out really quickly from school (unless Im doing something different). I still pull decent grades but definitely waaaaay below what I could do.
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If you burn out in highschool. LOL.
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1) Entrance scholarships
2) Awards from your school

Those should be enough to make you try to keep a 95+ average. If your idea of burning out still involves that high of an average, then I guess there are no worries.
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@Bikiro wrote
If you burn out in highschool. LOL.



Yeah, let's wait until uni to burn out...:(
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