Tuesday September 2nd 2014

How long does Adderall stay in your system?

Peak levels and half life of Adderall

There are a number of different variables to consider when estimating the metabolism of Adderall. These include:

  • Adderall vs. Adderall XR (instant or extended release)
  • Age, weight and general health of patient
  • Dosage
  • Means of administration (oral, smoke, injected, etc.)
  • Type of amphetamine measured (dextroamphetamine or levoamphetamine)

Peak levels – During clinical trials, peak plasma concentrations of a single dose 10 or 30 mg of Adderall to healthy volunteers occur about 3 hours post-dose for both d-amphetamine and lamphetamine. In comparison, maximum plasma concentration of Adderall XR is about 7 hours.

Half life – When administering Adderall normally, the average elimination half-life for d-amphetamine occurs at 9 – 11 hours post dose vs. 11.5 – 14 hours for l-amphetamine. The mean elimination half-life for Adderall XR is about the same as for Adderall instant release, but varies according to age and body mass.

Adderall testing: How long does Adderall stay in the system?

Adderall is made up of a combination of amphetamine salts: Dextroamphetamine Saccharate, Amphetamine Aspartate, Dextroamphetamine Sulfate and Amphetamine Sulfatem. These substances can be measured in hair, oral fluid, sweat, or urine as part of drug testing. In fact, blood tests are used to distinguish therapeutic use of Adderall from abuse. This is why doctors and employers use drug testing in the first place: to tell if you are addicted to Adderall, or not.  And urine tests can detect Adderall for days after your last dose. But how long does Adderall stay in your system exactly?

Positive tests for Adderall depend upon length, frequency, mode of administration and amount of use. In other words, the longer and heavier you’ve been using Adderall, the more likely it is that Adderall is detected in your body and the more likely you will experience withdrawal from Adderall is you stop dosing. Urine testing can generally detect use 1-4 days after your last dose of amphetamine but you can test positive for amphetamines a week following heavy chronic use.

Problems with Adderall?

Do you think that you have a problem with Adderall?  Are you mixing alcohol and Adderall? Are you snorting or smoking or injecting Adderall? Have you started obsessively thinking about taking it, or are you taking more than is recommended? Can you not live without Adderall?

If you think that Adderall has become a problem in your life and you are ready for help, you can get it. Please ask us your questions about Adderall addiction below, or send us an email. We respond to all questions with a personal and prompt reply.

Reference sources:
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration facts on amphetamines
FDA medication guide for Adderall and Adderall XR
Daily Med Adderall tablet information

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27 Responses to “How long does Adderall stay in your system?
Molly
1:31 pm August 21st, 2011

The first time I tried Adderall was a year ago I bought from a friend because I needed it for my finals. I had to take 2 pills in 3 hours that night just to stay awake and write a paper. When I finished I fell right asleep. I never thought about using it again because I felt the drug didn’t work. Two days ago my friends and I snorted (the same prescription) Adderall because we had heard you high quicker, we had taken a few shots before so I was feeling pretty buzzed. When I felt the Adderall kicking in I started feeling sober and alert, my friends and I kept drinking through the night. About 5 hours later I was feeling drunk and sleepy but my friends were still wide awake, they suggested I take another pill. I opened the capsule and just ate the powder. The feeling kicked in and I stayed up all night. I had work that day starting at two and was really nervous to break down and crash while at work. My friend gave me a third pill to take right before work. I got home from work about 6 hours after taking the pill feeling extremely sensitive and depressed. I also noticed I have this tiny white spot which feels like a coldsore which I looked up and can be caused by Adderall. I forced myself to eat a yogurt just because I had not eaten anything all day. I got ready to finally go to sleep because I was exhausted but I couldn’t sleep, my friend said I had defiantly crashed by then and I should just relax. I fell asleep around 3. I woke up today at 6 am just on my own. My eyes are completely blood shot, I still have no appetite, and I can not go back to sleep. I desperately want another pill because my body is exhausted and I have a lot I need to do, I know that Adderall will give me the strength to do wake me up. But at the same time I do not know what harm this drug is doing to my body. I am having a serious craving for the drug even though I have only taken and felt the affects once.

Please help me what to do

Tomoteo
5:36 am August 22nd, 2011

Molly,

I’ll tell you my experience with that drug and it may help you decide what to do. The long story short is that I became more and more addicted had numerous alcohol induced blackouts while drinking on it and eventually graduated from Adderal to crystal meth.
I was first introduced to it in high school when I asked a friend(who has ADD) if I could have some of his. We did some light partying that night, no big deal.

Once I got into college I found even more people with this perscription and began to take it regularly during “crunch time” at the end of the quarter, using it to make up for procrastination and get stuff done. I had a few initial “epic successes,” busting out all-nighters and passing papers, but this what short-lived. I began to up my doses, get too jittery and try to balance myself out with weed and alcohol(which of course was no good for the academics).

I also began to take the drug more regularly while partying–you can drink more, you are more energetic, talkative and even horny. The flip side of the coin is that this upper allows you to over extend your drinking. As a result I had numerous episodes where I drank until I was blacked out, having my crazy antics relayed to me the next day(a truly disgusting feeling). And of course, as I began to over extend myself, I began to compensate for exhaustion with even more of the drug.

By the time I was in my senior year I became acquainted with people who did meth and partied on that a few times. Near the end of my senior year I was partied out, fatigued and had a mountain of work that needed to be done to get my degree. I was desperately searching for Adderal or other “study drugs” but couldn’t find any. One person I called(my weed dealer) didn’t have any “study drugs” but did have some Crystal meth at a reasonable price. I snorted small amounts for several weeks trying to get my thesis knocked out. In the end it was barely passable, I had to admit to my professor what I had been up to to explain the uncharacteristically low quality of work. I remember that, while most of my classmates where celebrating and in a jovial mood upon graduation, I was strung-out, skinny and had ENORMOUS amounts of anxiety about whether or not I would earn my degree. I also developed some serious dental problems from clenching my jaw and grinding my teeth as I slept.

I managed to quit the meth on my own, have only taken Adderral once since and just recently decide to become completely sober. I’m going for 90 AA meetings in 90 days.

I didn’t come from a shitty family–I don’t have any mental disorders–I am an intelligent person–but those chemicals got a hold of me in serious way. I don’t know where you are coming from but I hope you take this away from my story:

–Adderall can get anyone into trouble(not just addicts like me)
–The negative effects compound on each other as you continue to over-extend your mind and body.
–Adderall is not the answer to academic problems
–It can lead to use of more serious uppers and can draw you deeper into using other drugs to balance effects.

I strongly suggest you to cut your losses while you are ahead. Fail a class, miss a party, lose your job–but don’t continue to take it. If you feel like you have developed an addiction, seek help. It took me 13 years to do that and I wish I had done it sooner.

I’ll be praying for you.

Dan
4:57 am August 29th, 2011

Tomoteo,

Thank you for your story. I had taken adderall a bit in undergrad and grad school to help my studying. I also took it a few times to party, but could never get a hold of enough at once to take it regularly and get addicted, thank God.

But this summer I just graduated from grad school and happened to get a hold of a lot of it. For the past few weeks, or maybe months, I have taken large amounts, ate, and slept little. I started with 2 or 3 20mg IRs a day, and quickly upped it to 5,6,7 or higher a day to continue to function. Finally I ran out, and decided to not get anymore.

That was last week. This week has not been fun. I have had no energy, no motivation, and my friends think I’m acting really weird. The worst part is at night when I’m alone. I’ve begun to get really depressed about everything, even though I know its illogical.

I’ve been reading many stories online about people that have been doing what I’ve been doing these last few weeks, for years. They talk about having a void in their lives now that can’t be filled, and that they are forever changed. These stories have scared me enough that I am never getting it again. I feel pretty bad now, I can’t imagine if I continued doing it for years.

Thank you again for your story, it has helped me to decide to stay clean. I’m glad I discovered this early on in my addiction. I hope I start feeling back to normal again soon and can return to my normal life.

Cheers

GIBSON LUCIA
1:30 am September 23rd, 2011

The name ‘adderall’ is not permitting in the UK as is in the USA . My temporary GP needs to know ‘what is the equivalent doze to prescribe here in the UK (under an accepts name in Britain as he does prescribe it..to children, but he is not familiar with udult doze.Why I ask the expert pharmacist.
Regard,
Lucia

Eddie Morra
6:16 am October 15th, 2011

Adderall is a wonder drug if you know how to manage it. I was late for all of my friends in high school to using substances…didn’t get drunk or smoke pot until I was 16, which both happened on the same night. Three months later I had already tried shrooms and cocaine. I never became addicted to any of those things, but did smoke pot every day. When I was 17 and girl crazy, my grades at school began to slip. My parents took me to a psychiatrist and I was prescribed Ritalin. All of the sudden, studying became fun for me. I had a daily routine…I would take one 20mg Ritalin during the day at school, most of the time snort, which would keep my focus throughout the day. Then I would go to sports practice, when I got home I would snort another ritalin, do three hours of homework/study for SAT’s, and then smoke pot and go to bed. I only mention this all because even though I am a very good test taker, I cannot sit still for a second to study. Snorting Ritalin got me a 1410 on my SAT’s and a 3.7 GPA. On the weekends I would do ecstasy and drink, but I do not attribute any of this to the Ritalin.

I went to college on a baseball scholarship and stopped taking Ritalin because it did stop me from putting on weight when i was lifting alot. I did begin to drink alot more, as most people do in college, but stopped smoking pot really around my sophomore year. That spring I tore my shoulder and was out for the season. My grades were not what they should have been, so my shrink from home suggested this new drug called adderal. Immediately, my GPA went from a 2.1 to a 3.6, I would sometimes take too much and pull all nighters working, but I was actually enjoying the work. The next year I began to play again, and stopped taking adderall. I definitely began to drink more, but again, it wasn’t because I was taking the adderall, it was more because I wasn’t taking it. I smoked a little pot, did a few shrooms, and drank a lot the rest of college, but graduated. I didnt end up making it as a baseball player, but got a job working for a very good company on Wall street a few months after school.

I think cocaine made a comeback in NYC in the mid 2000′s, because it seemed to be everywhere when i was out. That is one thing that made me drink more. About 5 months after i got the job, i began to start studying for all of the regualtory licenses. I had not taken adderall in 4 years at the time, but my uncle had a prescription to it. He gave me some pills and I banged out 4 tests in 2 months, normally this takes people around a year. I found a doctor who gave me a prescription for 30mg a day. From there, my career began to skyrocket. I worked 12 hour days, and finally began to experience what others had said, and what you folks are talking about with adderall and drinking. I began to go through 30 day prescriptions in 2 weeks, between me taking them later at night out at bars and giving them to friends. when I didn’t take them, I would occasionally dabble in some cocaine, but was always very careful not to combine the two of them.

During this entire time, i was always either single or living on my own. I had thought about going off the drug a few times, but ultimately it hurt my performance at work and my overall focus on my career. I got into a serious relationship with a girll and we moved in together. She began to get frusterated with the long hours I was putting in and my constant focus on work. She herself had a cocaine problem, but by that point I had grown out of it. in an effort to try to get her to stop doing that, I stopped taking adderall and my career fell apart. i didn’t turn to any other drugs, although i may have drank more due to being unhappy with my career. i ended up quitting my job, we broke up, and I moved from NYC back with my parents outside of Boston.

I took another job, my current job, in the finance industry about 3 months later. For the first year, i muddled through and didnt really get anywhere. About a year later, 4 months ago, I moved to Boston to be closer to work. I found a doctor and told him my story, minus the recreational drug use. he never asked, but besides taking a percocet here and there, I havent touched an illegal substance in over 3 years. In the past four months, my sales numbers have tripled and i enjoy working, preparing for work, and mapping out my future. I definitely do take too many pills once alot of the time, but am much smarter now about knowing when I can afford to only get a few hours sleep, making sure I am always hydrated while taking it, and the dosage my body can handle. My doctor is pretty flexible about giving me a new script a few days before it runs out, so if I do run low, I can always pace myself until I get a new one on not take for a few days.

I obviously have a lot of experience taking this medication and a lot of experience experimenting with other drugs. The only time I have ever felt depressed and/or overextended is when I do not get enough sleep. Even though I have been able to stop the drug, and all others, and time I have wanted to, I am addicted to nicotine (which i cannot stop), and therefore probably am considered an addict. The only real negative affect of the drug for me is what it does to my social life, but that is by choice. Adderall makes you become much more focused on what you want to be, some use it to party (which i have in the past), but now i only use it to do work. It 100% enhances me, and whether it is talking to clients, strangers, or women, I am a better conversationalist on it. I recently went to get a prescription of it and found out that the company has discontinued producing it for the near future. I did fill up my last prescription, but when it runs out I may not have it for a while. I think I will probably go on Ritalin, but the affect is not the same. Either way, and no offense to those of you this happened to, I could never see the lack of having adderall causing me to develop a major substance abuse problem. At the same time, I feel that because I am in a better place now, that my life will not begin a downward spiral like it did last time.

In conclusion, if you have ever seen the movie Limitless, there is no doubt in my mind that NZT is based on the idea of Adderall. It truly is an amazing drug, and those who are healthy enough to take it, and can handle the responsibility of managing a possibly addictive substance physically, mentally, and emotionally, should not be afraid to because it really can do wonderful things for you. Meanwhile, I may grow another head out of my neck on my 45th birthday, but that is only one of the possible future side affects down the road and 16 years away….

peak
10:36 pm November 18th, 2011

Molly dont take aderall anymore because your using it for the wrong perpose. I took aderall in high school and it pretty much ruined my life since because it caused hallucinatory problems i cant get rid of even though i quit taking meds a long time ago. It causes depression, wieght loss and is highly addictive. try excercising more often or eating healthier. DO NOT drink if you take it because the pill will not allow you to feel intoxicated which could be lethal without you knowing it. the medication is awful and is no way to cope with ADD or ADHD. dont take it trust me. your story sounds like mine i was introduced to it, said what it took to get prescribed it, and then my mind got messed up because of it. i will never take a pill like that again.

abe
6:34 am December 21st, 2011

hay ppl how is aderoll ruining ur life and getting u addicted to crystal meth im taking adderoll for fun and its actually helping me like wen i take it in school i can study better and stuff so watever it aint like im gonna wake up and say o i took aderall now let me go buy some meth wtf som ppl can handle taking drugs and some cant and jst go completely down and become homeless crackheads all depends on the pearson

7:05 pm December 21st, 2011

Hi Abe. If you are taking Adderall without a prescription, and even if it helps you, this is technically called abuse. If you take Adderall for effect over time, you can become addicted which means that you cannot stop taking Adderall, even when you want to and in the face of negative consequences.

Addiction may seem far away until it bites you in the tail!

Marc
4:29 am February 19th, 2012

Hello, I was just prescribed 30mg a day on February 1, 2012. I have 4pills remaining and will be out very shortly. I have had a problem with many drugs in the past as well as adderall. I was taking 110mg a day for a couple years and went thru hell for months. Swor I would never touch it again, but I did. I have been to treatment centers, outpatient and horrible pains. If I try my best to break these up what should I expect from withdrawals. Like I said it is only a couple weeks anything I can do to help the possible pains besides never going near this again. Thank you so much for your time and any information would help. A bit scared finally have a job and don’t want to lose it again to this stuff!!!!

3:57 pm February 21st, 2012

Hi Marc. Good for you for wanting to live life drug free. But I am not clear in your comment about the exact reason for stopping Adderall. Do you think that you have taken Adderall use to abuse again? Why did you get another prescription for Adderall?

Either way, we did a series on Adderall withdrawal on Addiction Blog a little while ago. You can find good information about withdrawal duration, treatment, etc. here: http://prescription-drug.addictionblog.org/adderall-withdrawal/

Does this help?

Lawrence
6:26 pm March 6th, 2012

To everyone reading this, I am a 35 y/o healthy male. I have a great job as a high-end salesman. I started taking (snorting) Adderall one night a week a few months ago while partyng with friends. I have snorted as many as 5 20/mg pills in a night. First of all, you definitely can’t feel the effects of alcohol – fun but scary. Secondly, the side effects have been terrible.

Although I’ve been eating the same amount, I’ve experienced significant weight loss, constipation beginning a two days after use, headaches that last for days thereafter, and even sleep problems that have lasted a few days. Depression is also a problem. Additionally, I experienced a long-term sinus infection.

I have tried many drugs in the past – weed, etc. I was a big coke user for a couple years recently as well (pre-Adderall). I have found that Adderall is the most powerful of all due to its significant side effects.

Increasing your metabolism to such a high rate eats your intestins, creates A-fib (abnormal heartbeat), and temporarily increases body temperature. Anythng that creates A-fib the way Adderall does, causes long-term heart damage that is permanant. I know how it effected my heart because I can feel it. It will also ruin your teeth due to teeth-grinding and decreased blood flow to your gums. Do you want your mouth to look like that of a heavy meth user?

While drugs effect everyone differently mentally, it has the same – or simillar – effects on your body. While both are bad – Adderall is way worse for your mind and body than even cocaine.

Adderall will kill you. The question is when.

Lawrence
7:14 pm March 6th, 2012

I just want to add one more very important point.

If you need a performance-enhancing drug to compete – in school, in sports, or at work – then you’re probably not qualified to compete in the first place.

5:23 am March 7th, 2012

Hi Lawrence. Thank you very much for sharing more about Adderall and how it can affect someone who is snorting or chewing it to get high. It is my hope that your experience can help someone else who is thinking about abusing Adderall, or who needs help stopping.

How did it go during withdrawal?

Lawrence
8:24 am March 7th, 2012

As a once a week user, I never experienced withdrawal. I’m just glad I recognized the horrible side effects before it became a problem.

Again, if your need it to compete, you’re not worthy!

Quit using now. Save your life!

abe
6:25 pm March 12th, 2012

well mr addiction blog hay its me abe the pearson who wrote that smartass comment up there well now im expelled from school for “abusing a controlled substance” cuz i didnt have a prescription i mean idk i didnt think it was fair cuz i wasnt abusing it i was really using it to study well now i went against my probation and im expelled and now i miss all my friends but more importantly im prolly gonna go to juvi now im doing homeschooling and well im 5 months clean from taking it no offence to anybody but ima stick to weed bye any1 got any advice plz message me thanks :)

5:23 am March 13th, 2012

Hi Abe. I hear your disappointment and confusion. But taking Adderall to study can start you on them path to addiction. This is why the school takes it so seriously. Did you have any problems stopping Adderall?

I have some advice. Talk to someone. If you are at home , you need for variety in terms of guidance. Your parents are probably trying their best, but it might help to talk with another adult outside of home about life stuff, like a mentor. and if you’re still smoking weed, then there must be something else going on for you, as in emotional or psychological stress or unease.

Is there a person like a coach or a counselor who you trust and can meet with regularly?

Also, do you play sports?

joe
1:06 pm April 10th, 2012

Abe, nothing you are saying is untrue persay. what you need to keep in mind is that no matter what you think 6 months or 3 years into your experience, you do not know where you will be in 4 years. I played around with everything under the sun. for over 20 years, i dont think i had more than 10 sober days (80% of those days just weed though, but used everything from time to time, even coke almost everyday for over a year) you name it I more than experimented with it. I would have said exactly what you did for 10 years, now i do not exactly disagree, but like I say,you don’t know whats in the cards until the dealin’s done. the odds are way against you, i hope you beat them

joe
1:40 pm April 10th, 2012

thing is that it stopped being fun after about 6-8 years (most people dont get to have fun that long before it is avoiding misery, not fun). Once you go too far,its the rest of your life sober,and many of us dont want that. Unfortunitly I think I now fall into that catagory. I am tapering oxy,weed,and xanax now (only took adderal maybe 30 times,and that was over the last 6 months,never more than 3 days in a row). I am scared shitless of the rest of my life sober,so i hope i can do it on my own,then when sober even a few days (been 5 years since a day without ungodly amounts of oxy) i plan to go into intensive therapy with the hope that i can play around in the future. its likelooking over a cliff for me to think of spending the rest of my life totally sober.scary as hell after ‘playing’ my entire adult life

1:25 pm April 11th, 2012

Hi Joe. Intensive treatment programs for oxy will most likely treat you on the standard of abstinence. I know that it sounds scary, but you just need to learn ways and skills to cope with the stresses of life. It’s a never ending learning process, so just take it one step at a time.

Natalie
7:17 pm December 26th, 2012

Lets say a friend of mine started taking adderall and methylphenidate pills 4 days ago for the first time and unprescribed. she’s had at least 180mg of adderall and 180mg of methylphenidate so far. She wants to take another 20mg adderall now but she has a heart condition and her heart rate has been around 150 (triple the usual), she’s dizzy, lightheaded, hasn’t slept or eaten much in days, she feels like she’s going to pass out when she walks around sometimes and she can feel her heart beating in her chest but she says the side effects are kinda decreasing. Do you think if she takes another one it’s going to be way too much or that it won’t really make a difference?

cody
12:24 pm March 7th, 2013

I took adderall here and there.only took iy for like a month here n there. It was to kinda help my opiate wd . Well it helped that sort of then I started mixing them. I have adhd so thought it might be a good thing to take till my opiate wd end. Does any one know if this is a good idea? When I do take it it keeps me up all night if i take to much n i snort it all. so I use xanex some times to fall asleep dont know if that helps or just the add wearing off some one help me I dont even want to take suboxine anymore which when u stop taking sucks too. It just sucks feeling like shit alll the time. Does any one know a quicker or good way to kick wd. And are addorall wd worst than opiate use such as op80 or I was takin about five or six 15mg oxycodone a day or some times more for over three years. I pay ten bucks for a thirty of adderall it gets expencive is that a normal price? Thinkin about going to get a script of adderall and take as perscribed what does any one think? Please help

Dian Bauer
1:11 pm July 23rd, 2013

My sister has a definite addiction. Has been taking for many years but the last 6 years she continues to to get worse. Jerky movements often losing balance not seeming to remember things, paranoia, retreating from the family. Thinking we don,t want her around. Sometimes as many as 10/20mg. daily . Always is worse when a family event is planned. Always cleaning, rummaging and straightening. Makes you very nervous to be around. Terrified she going to have a car accident and she drive her grandchildren on occasion . What do we do to help her. Her husband just seems to be an enabler.

Cindy Baughman
11:29 pm January 30th, 2014

I am on a high does of adderall xr. I am abusing it and really want to get off of this stuff. I just don’t know how? What is a good tapering schedule? I don’t take the same dose everyday so does that complicate things? I usually take about 50-60 mg and sometimes 90mg. Anything you can tell me I would appreciate.

Cindy

6:55 am February 1st, 2014

Hello Cindy. Good for you – your honesty can help you in the long term. You’ll need medical supervision and guidance during an Adderall taper. Consult with an addiction medicine specialist for an individualized plan made specifically for you: http://community.asam.org/search/custom.asp?id=399

shannon
7:54 pm May 29th, 2014

this med is for adhd.add if ur using it for other reasons and have nither ur just silly giving a med to help ppl a terrible name.

julia
1:46 am July 24th, 2014

Adderall is the reason i lost two jobs ( 6 figures ), it made me to do crazy , stupid thing ( hypomania ) for which i got arrested and spent 2 days in jail.
If you don’t have ADDH, it’s very very dangerous drug.
Good luck.

Eric
9:35 pm July 30th, 2014

There is a reason that doctors keep prescribing this drug to patients and it is kept as a schedule 2 drug (clear medical benefits but a high potential for abuse). It really does help patients that DO suffer from ADD/ADHD. If it did not, adderall would be moved to a schedule 1 drug (no clear medical benefit and very high potential for abuse).
Physiologically it is widely accepted that people with ADD/ADHD have lower levels of two neurotransmitters, dopamine and norepinephrine, than do non ADD/ADHD suffers. The role that dopamine plays in one’s brain function is most associated with cognitive alertness. Norepinephrine is responsible for vigilant concentration.
ADD/ADHD medications, such as adderall and ritalin, increase levels of said neurotransmitters in the brain of anyone. The difference for people with ADD/ADHD is that this increase just brings their brain’s chemical balance closer to that of a normal brain. Which, as a result, allows their brain to function more normally; helping them to focus, be more attentive, and, therefore be less impulsive. These medications do not increase their IQ, it just gives them the ability to better tap into the IQ points they do have. Putting them into the more normal chemical range that permits them to be more contemplative, insightful and, therefore, use their intelligence.
However, the side effects(many of which are listed above by others) that this increase in dopamine and norepinephrine incur upon a person whose brain has a normal balance of these neurotransmitters are; increase in heart-rate, elevated blood pressure, loss of appetite, and hypomania, amongst other things.
So in summary do not lie to your doctor to get a powerful drug that you do not need and then expect everything to be hunky dory. Our brains are not meant to be f’ed with unless there is a legitimate medical reason for it. And I’m sorry, but needing to pull an all-nighter to study because you’ve been procrastinating does not qualify!

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