By Evan Bailyn
So, you've been accepted to college. Thinking about doing absolutely nothing for the rest of the year? Tsk, tsk!
The Importance of Your Last Months in High School
All right now. Most colleges will request grade reports through the first semester of your senior year, so you have to work at least up until Winter Break. After that, your grades will be looked at, but not really scrutinized. However...
Do Yourself a Favor and Don't Bomb Your Classes
Most college acceptance letters stipulate at least one condition: that you continue to do well in high school until you graduate. What they're really saying is, if you happen to have senioritis, don't be obnoxious about it. An "A" student should not be getting Cs and Ds. On rare occasions, acceptances are revoked. But you shouldn't worry about it unless your grades are way lower than usual.
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