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    Hi,
    I've been told that the University experience is best when you are actively involved and so i plan to join a few societies and possibly get involved in some sports. I'm currently considering netball as i've competed in a netball before. Not sure about societies yet. Just wondering what anyone else was thinking of joining or a new thing that you may take up?

    PS: This is my first thread, so please be nice.


    Considering from everyones posts:
    Cheerleading
    Cake society
    Harry potter society
    St john ambulance
    Running society
    Medical society
    Charity society
    Tennis
    Squash
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    I'll be joining Squash, and maybe something to do with the MUN and my country's society, along with the Spanish society because I speak the language. So excited!
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    I don't think I'll be joining any since I'm going into year 3, but I used to be in the Politics society, the cheerleading squad (for a couple months in year 1) and was president of International Affairs last year. You really should join up and be active, it's a great way to get to know people, and will look good on your CV as well.


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    I definitely will then. I hope my uni has cheerleading.
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    (Original post by asparkyn)
    I'll be joining Squash, and maybe something to do with the MUN and my country's society, along with the Spanish society because I speak the language. So excited!
    Cool. I want to join French society as i want to improve my French from GCSE level, however i am learning As/A level french over the holidays. Unfortunately i haven't ever played squash before it wasn't avaliable or popular at my school, maybe i can try it at uni. Can't wait. Good luck.
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    I want to join cheerleading, always wanted to do that, erm any other that floats my boat deffo
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    I plan on joining many clubs sports clubs when i get to my university in September, these include:

    Mountaineering
    badminton
    Surfing
    Mountain biking (if the club does not exist ill make one)
    Archery
    Surrey Snows-sports

    and probably more when i find out whats on offer.
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    The newspaper... I hope. Also, the French speaking society seems great. And a charity one.
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    (Original post by justn1c2)
    I plan on joining many clubs sports clubs when i get to my university in September, these include:

    Mountaineering
    badminton
    Surfing
    Mountain biking (if the club does not exist ill make one)
    Archery
    Surrey Snows-sports

    and probably more when i find out whats on offer.
    Sounds good.
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    Cake society, book club, creative writing society and Harry Potter society Then maybe something sporty to burn off the the many brownies and victoria sponges that shall be consumed in Cake society :ahee:
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    football, table football, go karting, karate maybe, depends on which uni i end up at though!
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    Quidditch
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    I didn't know table football was a club lol. i don't think i'm any gd at it tbh.
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    Warwick Snow for sure! Apart from that just the usual, football and tennis or something.

    Rock climbing looks pretty fun as well!
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    Joining all of them.


    Going to none of them.
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    I really want to learn Japanese... So I hope there's a club for that. Also I would like to do a sport or dance club for some exercise and fun


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    Most unis has language clubs. so there shud be 1 for japanese too.
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    Hopefully quite a lot... So far I'm considering:

    - Kickboxing
    - Medsoc
    - OTC
    - Snowsports
    - A society in which I can learn another Language?
    - Football
    - Guitarists/Musicians

    I also just want to give loads more sports a try and hopefully stick with one or two of them
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    (Original post by MJHERBZ)
    Hopefully quite a lot... So far I'm considering:

    - Kickboxing
    - Medsoc
    - OTC
    - Snowsports
    - A society in which I can learn another Language?
    - Football
    - Guitarists/Musicians

    I also just want to give loads more sports a try and hopefully stick with one or two of them
    Thats sounds good. How can i forget medsoc. lol. This is why i created this thread.
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    (Original post by Smason5)
    I didn't know table football was a club lol. i don't think i'm any gd at it tbh.
    Have you thought about rowing?
 
 
 
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