Our expert says:
Well, whatever's the problem, you sound like an interested, enterprising, and determined young man. It's possible that you don't have more concentration problems than the average guy, but are ambitious and focussed on your work and feel the deficit more than others might, especially feeling more frustrated by it. Or, there are various possible causes for reduced concentration, including stress. Find some way to persuade your parents, possibly with the aid of someone at the school, to send you to a good local psychiatrist or psychologist for a comprehensive assessment, which is really the only way to clarify what is or isn't going on. A psychiatrist is trained to be better at considering physical / medical causes ' a psychologist could do psychological testing, which could be useful, too.
Only with a proper diagnosis is it sensible to consider if there are useful ways to improve on the situation. As you know, we can't really plan to solve a problem till we're sure what the problem actually is.
And they shouldn't think there's anything weird about a guy having something wrong with them --- as most folks at one time or another have something wrong with them, they should be pleased that they have a kid with the sense to recognize when there is something wrong, and to want to do something sensible about it.
And when you have, however ingeniously, managed to get to see the srink, do let us know what he/she found and recommended
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