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    Whats the difference between these and is it better to go along early (in the morning) or late aft cos you don't need to be there all day do you?
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    go when is best for you?

    Ones about freshers and ones free things and stuff?

    I thought it was loads of different fairs together making freshers fairs? I.E. job fairs, wellfare, freebie fair.
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    Well i think freshers covers quite a few things, but theres also the freebie one on thurs, freshers life- which i think is to do with registering for doctors and stuff, and i think theres a seperate job fair too. I think the freshers fair on weds may be the best and most useful one to go to.
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    (Original post by Libbelle)
    I think the freshers fair on weds may be the best and most useful one to go to.
    as opposed to getting yourself a doctor and a job?


    I think they'll all be cool. Minus the ones were it talks about talks *yawn*
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    Lubbelle is right lol, its far more important than getting a job or doctor, hell i still havn't got a doctor, dont really need one tbh, if u get ill go home. Maybe job might be more important, but tbh if u havn't got a job by now its kinda hard to get one atall, speaking from experience
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    (Original post by coloursonthetv)
    as opposed to getting yourself a doctor and a job?


    I think they'll all be cool. Minus the ones were it talks about talks *yawn*
    Well as i'm not moving to Leeds(therefore have a doctors etc) and i already have a job sorted out, im not sure how relevant that is to me, but of course people who are moving to Leeds will find it more useful.
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    (Original post by peterunitt)
    Lubbelle is right lol, its far more important than getting a job or doctor, hell i still havn't got a doctor, dont really need one tbh, if u get ill go home. Maybe job might be more important, but tbh if u havn't got a job by now its kinda hard to get one atall, speaking from experience
    Well i think im glad then that ive sorted the job thing out if its really difficult to get one.
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    (Original post by Libbelle)
    Well i think im glad then that ive sorted the job thing out if its really difficult to get one.
    Yeh, but saying that I havn't got one yet :P

    Where you working?
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    (Original post by peterunitt)
    Yeh, but saying that I havn't got one yet :P

    Where you working?
    I'm staying at my current workplace at a marketing agency just doing less hours a week.

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