Ten of Wands

"Is there any point asking how you're going to sit for two exams at once?" - Harry Potter

The Ten of Wands symbolizes an overextending of oneself, trying to take on too many things at once. It indicates a heavy amount of burdens and responsibilities.

In her third year at Hogwarts, Hermione tries to take more classes than her schedule allows by using a Time-Turner to relive hours of her day. However, this proves to be extremely stressful and ultimately too much for Hermione to handle. She learns very quickly the unhealthy consequences of pushing oneself too hard, and goes back to a regular schedule the next year.

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