Did your grades drop significantly your senior year of high school? If you are not a senior yet, do you think your grades will drop?
I planned my senioritis years in advance. I only needed 2 classes to graduate .....but had to take a minimum of 4. I had planned on taking all easy electives so I could skate, but ended up taking computer programming (good move) and some Honors classes (questionable move). After football season ended I barely showed up for school. I limped across the finish line with my first F and a 1.7 gpa final semester dragged me down to a 3.2 cumulative. Didn't matter as I had enlisted in the USN before the year started. In retrospect, the one thing I would do different is graduate early in January. Didn't hurt me in college though, still crushed the SAT and graduated with a 4.0.
I have reverse senioritis, my grades where in the trash all of high school until senior year, and then I started getting on honor roll. And that's with a few AP classes I started taking.
No, actually my grades spiked. Fourth quarter senior year was my best in all of high school. Maybe teacher expectations was what dropped.
No. I just wanted to get out of that prison so I did what I had to do.
Senioritis hit hard. 3rd quarter not only did I lose motivation, but I overcommitted myself and got my first ever non-A grades, and they were bad... C and B-
Yikes, considering our school is not known for being particularly challenging that was definitely a blow. At least they were also in my hardest classes, and the grades didn't affect my final grade too much since I pulled them back up 4th quarter.
Took too many PE classes my senior year for my grade to drop, way to be ambitious 18 year old me...
But I really enjoyed school
Not my senior year of high school, but my senior year of college.
Mine dropped my junior year, my Dad passed away just before school started and I just didn't give a shit.
Yes my grades dropped both in high school and in college. In HS I already knew where I was going to college so all I needed to do was pass. In college I already had a job lined up so I just needed B's.
No. I have parents very very academically focused. They would kill me.
HS graduation and my senior year were not all that important for me. If graduation wasn't required, I would have not bothered to attend. None of my family went.
Finished in the Spring then started college in the Fall. Little different than progressing between any other educational levels.
I had a 3.7 GPA last year and I have a 3.4 GPA this year.
I had gotten all A's, having taken 10 AP classes, until this year. This first semester, I had a B+ and 2 or 3 A-.
That's a lot of APs.
Yeah. My school offers a ton, so I take a lot.