Senioritis, se·nior·i·tis, noun
: An ebbing of motivation and effort by school seniors as evidenced by tardiness, absences, and lower grades. A condition first defined in 1957 (yes, back in 1957!)
Think you might have a case of senioritis? Take the quiz for a diagnosis and check out the Senioritis video on why this often diagnosed affliction might not be a laughing matter.
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You have a confirmed case.
Face it, senior year isn’t over yet and you haven’t quite walked across the stage in a cap and gown. It’s time to stop slacking and start preparing for the future!
You’re at-risk. While you’re probably going to make it into a cap and gown at the end of the year, it’s a good idea to actually try to maintain that GPA you’ve worked for over the past three years.
You’re senioritis-free. Despite the imminent promise of graduation, you’re managing to keep your feet on the ground and your head out of the clouds. Good job — and keep up the good work. It will pay off next year when you’re not taking an 8am remedial literature class.
Tell the truth: Have you ever missed a class?
According to the college board, 40 percent of college freshmen have to take remedial classes to catch up during their first year of school. You find this information:
For you, procrastination is:
Good advice for someone who thinks they might be experiencing senioritis is:
Coasting is another word for:
The best classes to take during second semester, senior year are:
The saddest part of leaving high school is:
A good way to combat senioritis is to:
When was the last time you participated in an extracurricular activity?
What are your plans for the summer?