senioritis in texas

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by whitesoxfan, Oct 29, 2002.

  1. whitesoxfan

    whitesoxfan Member

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    Just curious if anyone is as incredibly unmotivated as me during their last semester. I've interviewed at all the schools to which I applied and have no real reason to work hard this semester, so instead I'll probably just keep browsing SDN until match day on Feb. 1.
     
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  3. vivekap2007

    vivekap2007 cowtown indo hornet

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    yeah, i'd write more but i don't feel like it...
     
  4. smilez428

    smilez428 Senior Member

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    senioritis doesn't just happen in texas :)

    I am definitely feeling the effects of interviewing and getting my one acceptance. I know I'm going somewhere and I am slacking! (he he) My schedule is pretty light this semester anyway (I planned it that way for interviews- and just plain fun...)


    i feel like i'm in high school again- you know when you get into your top choice college- it's bad :)
     
  5. poloace

    poloace Senior Member

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    smilez- that is such a great feeling. i'm waiting for that.
    p
     
  6. ::Seabass::

    ::Seabass:: bringing burkas back!

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    I have "don't feel like workingitis" It is very hard to motivate myself at work.
     
  7. Mire

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    I can hardly motivate myself to go to class. I am slacking so hard now, that I get physically angry when I try to study any class not related to medical school. Linguistics in particular!!! Being accepted somewhere this early has effectively eradicated my desire to learn.
     

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