Photo Creds: Clement Falize

Being in the final semester of my undergraduate degree, I have never felt the intensity and duration of exhaustion as I have felt of all my university life. Each semester, the competition becomes stiffer and stiffer as the cohort becomes more intelligent and hardworking as the university fails more and more people in every subject you take. Expectations become higher, where you have no other option but to carry on. During high school, I held the belief that with hard work and a laser dedication towards work ethic, I could do anything. Now I realise that though this statement may be true, but at what cost? Costs such as friendships, sanity, physical, and mental health. In speculation of these costs, is it really worth it?