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You’ve got a lot to think about and a lot to juggle, which means you’re probably going to make quite a few mistakes along the way. I say this as a chronic procrastinator that this will drive you crazy.

That’s not a bad thing at all (I commend anyone who is pursuing education,) but our goals were different.

He wanted a long-term relationship, whereas I wasn’t necessarily trying to include someone else in my future.

All the essentials you need to have a successful semester have become apart of your routine, but if you happen to be in your senior year of college, then your routine might be a little more stressful.

Freshmen and sophomore year were the days when you didn’t have to worry about much.

But if you happen to be in your senior year & single with no attachment, then word to the wise, consider whether you seriously want to embark on something serious.

As a senior in college anxious to finally graduate in summer with my B. in English, I’ve realized that it’s difficult trying to balance my grades, graduate school apps, job applications, and the possibility of starting a relationship.Yes, you may meet someone and be madly intrigued by them, but you also have to take into account what is going to happen after college ends.In my situation, the person I was dating was still attending community college.Consider (at least ) ending the relationship on a high note instead of letting it linger. You overachievers might be on top of it--killer SAT scores, great letters of recommendation from your teachers, amazing GPA--but you need to remember to, uh, have a life, too. Don't risk getting a D just because it's the last semester, it's just not worth it.If you two are meant to be, you'll find out somehow. This is your last time to hang out with your crew, the last time to go to troll a lame pep rally, etc. Here are seven mistakes you’ll make in your senior year of high school…unless you read this post, that is. You also have to get a jump start on those teacher recommendations; some have a cut off of how many they write, especially if they're a popular teacher.