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Senioritis

Lily Redick, Staff Writer

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Senioritis is real! And it has hit hard. This time of year seniors are experiencing the lasts of the lasts and they are counting down the days until they are out of here. Don’t let it get to you… here are some ways to beat Senioritis!

  1. Remember grades still count. You still have to submit your final grades to your college. Don’t slack now.
  2. Set a goal and push yourself. Remember you are in training for college. College will feel like this and there will be times when you have no motivation. Keep going.
  3. Find a place to study where you can focus for hours. This might be the library, your bed, or a quiet room. You need a place with no distractions.
  4. If you have trouble getting started, find something to do before to get your energy out. This may be watching TV, going outside, or playing a sport. Set a timer so you don’t lose track of time.
  5. Listen to calming music. This could help with focusing and keeping you from getting bored out of your mind.
  6. Phones are the worst distraction of them all. Turn it off or turn it on do not disturb, so every time it goes off you don’t feel the need to check it. If you can’t get yourself to do that, then put it on the other side of the room and allow yourself to have a 5-minute break every 45 minutes or so.

It is the home stretch of high school and you’re almost to the end.  I promise that everything will turn out well if you continue to try your best all the way to the last day of school.  We’ve got this Falcons!!

About the Writer
Lily Redick, Staff Writer

Lily, a senior on the track team, is in her first semester with the Falcon News Feed. She enjoys watching sports, listening to music, and eating, but her favorite thing to do is go to the beach.

 

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