9 months is a different story, I'm talking about one semester. Of course taking a year off is gonna lose you your scholarship.
If you "burnout" to the point on not doing the work well enough to keep an academic scholarship, then there were probably more deserving people than you in the first place. I worked (3 jobs at one point) and finished my degree in 3.5 years under academic scholarships. It isn't all that difficult. Sure, I got "burned out"...everyone does. So what? Be an adult and get your s*** done.
Sorry if that's harsh, but it is what it is. I went through it, I feel like I'm allowed to have an opinion on it.
Sounds like you were raised to take personal responsibility. I really aplaud your parents (or whoever raised you).
That is one thing I have tried to teach my children. "Man up, and get it done. Nobody is going to do it for you."