So, how do you do it? I have this problem where I just don't want to do anything. For example, I hate probability and statistics. I just can't find myself to put any work in it. I'd be happy with B-. I'm used to getting A's, but I hate that class so much I don't care whatsoever what my grade is. As long as I pass without affecting my average too much. It's not that I can't do better. I can do better. I'm getting more of a motivation to do my work now, but more so because I want a decent grade. I enjoy courses like Analysis, Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra (not application), Topology, and the like. So, you guessed it. I hate applications. They bore me to the bones! Anyways, have you had classes you just hated? How did you manage to do it? What was the motivation? Note: I have plenty of lame courses to take this year. I freaking hate it. It feels like I'm spending thousands of dollars on garbage. :grumpy: I'm more than happy to take other mathematics courses. Why must I take freaking Statistics, Probability, Optimization, Computer Applications, and so on...?! I'm going to snap one day. I can't wait for graduate school, so that I can finish doing things I utterly hate.