Put aside some time to study every day 3-4 hours (allow at least 1-2 hours per subject). You must have no distractions. It is best to study in a library that you feel comfortable in. Have some tea/water at your desk and nothing else but the books for the subject you are focusing on. Remind yourself that this is the lifestyle you have to live in order to reap the rewards when you graduate. Make a list of things you want to do (take a shower, go on EP, watch tv, listen to music, call a friend, go out for a bite to eat...) before or after you finish studying and cross them off your list as you do them. You can do the ones that are not crossed off the next day. Reward yourself whenever you get an A on a subject.

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That sounds reasonable, thanks

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Well, if you don't care about your grades... who cares... If getting A's isn't as important as it was before, no problem. Just don't end up being kicked out of school.

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good question, I'll tell you when I figure it out too :D

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Haha alright

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Unless you're very bright & guaranteed a job after all that, leave now and get the job now before it's too late

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Show everybody how smart you are by getting A's again

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You're great. That it. No one can change that. The rest is secondary. And **** motivation.

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