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    (Original post by Saint Etienne)
    Erm . . . ok-a-y
    What's your course?
    Biochemistry

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    Lol you're worrying about how to adapt to uni.

    My advice: Be free and follow your interests and everything will slot into place. Be yourself.

    Because once you graduate you'll be wondering how you're ever going to adapt to normality and working life. Make the most of it. Cliche, but it's said for a very good reason.
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    I know, right? So ridiculous and lame. Do they think we're 10 years old?

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    LOL! When I first began studying A levels I was hoping that I wouldn't have to do any "children's homework" such as making leaflets or posters, but I was wrong. I can't believe they are still making you do that at uni. Next you are going tell me that you still have to do this **** when you have a job. :ahee:
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    Does everyone else think its pap ?
 
 
 
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