I’m pretty good at mathematics. But there’s one equation I cannot solve.
Now that the end of March is arriving faster than pollen flying against the car windows, seniors everywhere are receiving their college decision letters. Sure, I have applied to some far-out schools…ones that have an acceptance rate of < 10%. Yep, totally looking forward to my letters. Not.
Defined on one of my previous posts. Basically, with college applications in the mail long ago and the school year 3/4 of the way finished, what’s left? Study to get a 5 on the AP Calc BC exam? (…okay, seriously? Study? In your senior year?)
A few solutions I have come up with:
- College Admissions + Senioritis = Procastination (False. Procrastination = Senioritis, of which College Admissions would have to = 0)
- College Admissions + Senioritis = Drastic Drop in Grades (Well…only if you have a severe case of senioritis.)
- College Admissions + Senioritis = Lackadaisical Mood Towards Your Friends and Teachers (Hey bro, sup. Cool day, huh? Wait, we have a test in Econ? Ah, whatever bro.)
I may need to investigate further.