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    (Original post by Wilsoncw1997)
    and i would never dare to venture there
    On the bright side, there's a lot of advice.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    On the bright side, there's a lot of advice.
    not ding a course about CS so yea.
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    (Original post by Wilsoncw1997)
    what type of bugs?
    I have tons on my PC



    I'm a geek, but close enough.
    I brought new stationary, books and everything for the new academic year. Sat down, opened my books for two seconds and closed them back again. :lol:
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    Life's too short to just spend it studying and working, hence why I'm doing p*ss all this summer, other than some part-time work once every week/two weeks
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Yeah, it's highly useful especially if you don't have a particular AS/A2 they advise to have e.g. further maths for physics and engineering.

    I already covered all of C3 this month and next month gonna do C4 and FP1, so when I start in September it will all just be revision; maybe I'll be able to get an A*
    Smart people confuse me...
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    Yes I'm studying atm
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    YEP. But you've got years of study ahead and if u learn it all now, you'll get bored


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    (Original post by Productoflabour)
    I wonder what subject you're doing. That hasn't been my experience at all in regards to the summer reading. Although I totally agree with you node the OP is at uni. Not saying you're wrong but it's something I haven't really thought about in terms of doing well.
    I'm not saying you can't do well if you don't do the basic reading in summer, but I find that if I get all of the core reading out of the way as quickly as possible, I can then go much deeper into the topics during the term and it also reduces the intensity of revision I need to do come exam time. My friends all think I'm crazy though, so I know this isn't a popular way of doing things hahaha.
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    (Original post by xloisx)
    Smart people confuse me...
    I'm not smart, that's why I'm doing it
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Many people had been saying the uni accommodations is absolutely horrendous and full of bugs -_-
    I heard Taylor Courts accommodation was supposedly not up to standard, but the rest of Hulls accommodation is really good especially The Lawns.
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    (Original post by Wilsoncw1997)
    not ding a course about CS so yea.
    Oh yeah, you're a different guy.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    I'm not smart, that's why I'm doing it
    Ah, now that's a good idea!
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    (Original post by David B)
    I heard Taylor Courts accommodation was supposedly not up to standard, but the rest of Hulls accommodation is really good especially The Lawns.
    Be sure to book an open day.
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    (Original post by xloisx)
    Ah, now that's a good idea!
    I have no life so it's the only thing I could do right now :'(
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Oh yeah, you're a different guy.
    ???
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    I have no life so it's the only thing I could do right now :'(
    At least it gives you a genuine excuse for having no life. My excuse is that I like my sleep. :/
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    (Original post by xloisx)
    At least it gives you a genuine excuse for having no life. My excuse is that I like my sleep. :/
    I'm jealous of you, I can't sleep for more than 5 hours. At first I was studying or BMAT and asked my parents for £60 for it, but now u cba to do it... and I cba to do sports either or anything.
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    I'm doing some reading before my course starts because I've never studied either subject before and also because I'm keen to get started.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Be sure to book an open day.
    I've already been
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    (Original post by David B)
    I've already been
    Before you start have you heard the October 31st and December 25th joke?
 
 
 
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