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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    This happened 2 weeks ago.. so yh. Exam stress mostly, I think. Can't take it anymore, academia not the life for me.. applying tesco job.
    stop joking.

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    stop joking.
    Soz bby gurl :hugs:
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Soz bby gurl :hugs:
    lol.

    get lost.

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    (Original post by missfats)
    lol.

    get lost.

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    Don't be rude. I'm trying to be nice.
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Don't be rude. I'm trying to be nice.
    I was kidding lol.

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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Heyy random question: were you nervous about turning 20?

    Im close and idk how i feel about it hahah. Mostly the fact that i wont ever get to use the teenage card anymore
    Hey, yeah for sure! I was more nervous than excited just before I turned 20. Its pretty significant, to me, you're no longer a teenager & now actually an "adult". Although technically you are an adult at 18, I think 20 confirms it.

    When I turned 20 though, I was pretty excited! Its pretty much the start of your life now! Enjoy! Milk being a teenager whilst it lasts though haha
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    Hey, yeah for sure! I was more nervous than excited just before I turned 20. Its pretty significant, to me, you're no longer a teenager & now actually an "adult". Although technically you are an adult at 18, I think 20 confirms it.

    When I turned 20 though, I was pretty excited! Its pretty much the start of your life now! Enjoy! Milk being a teenager whilst it lasts though haha
    why milk? :eek::eek::eek:

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    why milk? :eek::eek::eek:

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    Haha! Its just a phrase, meaning make the most out of it as you can! You've never heard "milk it" before? I thought it was pretty common
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    Hey, yeah for sure! I was more nervous than excited just before I turned 20. Its pretty significant, to me, you're no longer a teenager & now actually an "adult". Although technically you are an adult at 18, I think 20 confirms it.

    When I turned 20 though, I was pretty excited! Its pretty much the start of your life now! Enjoy! Milk being a teenager whilst it lasts though haha
    Lool thanks for the advice!!
    What do u mean 'the start of your life' btw? My mum always says the same thing but she means marriage, babies etc lol

    Yikessss are u graduating this year? And if so, how do u feel about it?
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    Haha! Its just a phrase, meaning make the most out of it as you can! You've never heard "milk it" before? I thought it was pretty common
    what did you get in a levels?

    Economics with mathematics? at lse... wow

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    (Original post by Secretnerd123)
    Lool thanks for the advice!!
    What do u mean 'the start of your life' btw? My mum always says the same thing but she means marriage, babies etc lol

    Yikessss are u graduating this year? And if so, how do u feel about it?
    Haha my mum said the same too. No, not that at all. I mean it's the start of your adult life now & everything you do now would impact your future. Also it's kind of the start if young adult hood lol

    Yeaah I am, inshallah! Nervous yet soo ready for this to be over with tbh. I just want to graduate now! How are you finding Uni now? Do you enjoy it, is it all you hoped for?


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    what did you get in a levels?

    Economics with mathematics? at lse... wow

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    Yeah, A*A*A
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
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    What are you career goals?
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    What are you career goals?
    No idea right now. I'm undecided. I feel bad sometimes that everyone mostly has an idea of where they are heading but I haven't made a plan yet. Just trying to finish Uni & sort my life out first.
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    No idea right now. I'm undecided. I feel bad sometimes that everyone mostly has an idea of where they are heading but I haven't made a plan yet. Just trying to finish Uni & sort my life out first.
    Hmm.. okay. See you in dem banks yo.
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Hmm.. okay. See you in dem banks yo.
    Probably lol. Your goals?
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    Probably lol. Your goals?
    Those bulge bracket investment banks. It's nutn else.
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    (Original post by SophiaLDN)
    Haha my mum said the same too. No, not that at all. I mean it's the start of your adult life now & everything you do now would impact your future. Also it's kind of the start if young adult hood lol

    Yeaah I am, inshallah! Nervous yet soo ready for this to be over with tbh. I just want to graduate now! How are you finding Uni now? Do you enjoy it, is it all you hoped for?




    Yeah, A*A*A
    I heard lse economic is hard, so imagine economic with mathematics...
    what interested you about economics?

    what we're your a levels.
    well done
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    (Original post by Abdul-Karim)
    Those bulge bracket investment banks. It's nutn else.
    Inshallah bro

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    I heard lse economic is hard, so imagine economic with mathematics...
    what interested you about economics?

    what we're your a levels.
    well done
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    Yeah it is + lots of pressure to do well. You have to study 24/7, it takes up all of your time & then some more. I like the fact that economics is prevalent in our day to day lives, it's such a broad subject & gives you a greater understanding of how the world works.
    Very interesting, you will not be bored.

    Maths, Further Maths & English Lit. Thanks!
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    Salaam All, Kayf al hal? (How are you?)
    Salaam! Currently dying (norovirus). How are you? This soc is a little quiet lately
 
 
 
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