I'm not a smart kid AT ALL and have a very limited clinical/medical background. But, through very hard work, dozens of all-nighters, and raw determination, I was able to honor many classes during M1 and finished the year in the top of my class. Fast forward to M2 and everything's a mess. Despite continued hard work, I barely passed the first 2 blocks and had to meet with my school's dean and learning specialist. I had to quit my research projects and club leadership positions. We are currently in the 3rd block and it doesn't look like I can pull off a good enough grade to pull myself out. I don't really know what else to do. I justified my poor performance in block 1 and 2 by saying that I was having a slow start after summer, drowning in too many resources, and focusing too much on "board relevant" material. I'm not in jeopardy of failing out (yet) but the school has classified me as an "at risk" student. My good performance in M1 seems to be easing the minds of administrators at my school that this is "temporary" and that I'll keep passing, albeit by the skin of my teeth. I'm just incredibly burnt out. I go through 10-20 PowerPoint slides and then go on a YouTube/Facebook break for an hour. I'm not studying during the week and I find myself really behind before a quiz/exam. I just can't find the motivation/drive to study and do work anymore, and it's getting worse every week. There are students in my class who are able to get through the class material and have enough time left over in the day to do board prep stuff (like work through a QBank). Any advice on how to deal with burnout, especially during M2? Any books, articles, advice, or resources ya'll recommend to get my **** together again? Thanks.