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xxstace123xx
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It's not so much advice as common sense

Good luck
how is it common sence knowing the universities that are good for both and near eachother, are you trying to say im thick? because im not.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
how is it common sence knowing the universities that are good for both and near eachother, are you trying to say im thick? because im not.

I'm sure you are not... but my 8 year old cousin is aware there are many unis in one city/near each other
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i know i can go to uni, its been like my ambition since i was young.
You'll need to learn basic grammar first.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
how is it common sence knowing the universities that are good for both and near eachother, are you trying to say im thick? because im not.

Given this thread I would say that is debatable.
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(Original post by Punk Phloyd)
Given this thread I would say that is debatable.

Agree

It's

*sense

and *boyfriend

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well i didnt know you couldnt do text talk on here so im sorry, i havent been a member for long, i cant be to bad at english im predicted an A/A*.
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Look, you won't be together in 4 years. I doesn't happen like that.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
well i didnt know you couldnt do text talk on here so im sorry, i havent been a member for long, i cant be to bad at english im predicted an A/A*.
lol, yeah. right.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
i cant be to bad at english im predicted an A/A*.
Too

Sorry, couldn't resist.
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Look, you won't be together in 4 years. I doesn't happen like that.
how can you say this for definate, i know many couples that where together from a young age, my nan and grandad being an example, and now their in their 60's so it cant be impossible.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
how can you say this for definate, i know many couples that where together from a young age, my nan and grandad being an example, and now their in their 60's so it cant be impossible.
how can you say for definite that you will be? :rolleyes:
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
how can you say this for definate, i know many couples that where together from a young age, my nan and grandad being an example, and now their in their 60's so it cant be impossible.
I didn't say 'definite' or 'impossible', I just said it doesn't happen. There are few examples sure but planning your life away at 15 is madness, you don't want to get bogged down trying to be at the same Uni as your bf - by the way, how old is he?

Honestly, you'll want time apart and your own independence, that's what Uni is all about, you'll feel crowded otherwise. LDRs do work.

Also, how can you say for sure you will still be together?!
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You're 15. You won't be dating this gentlemen by the time it comes to apply. And even if you do, choose your own University because it is your own life.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
well i didnt know you couldnt do text talk on here so im sorry, i havent been a member for long, i cant be to bad at english im predicted an A/A*.
Have you really?
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get your qualifications, see what sort of grades your getting, decide after 2/3 years if you still want to study psychology and then search for a uni which you like and suits your grades.

if after all that, you're still with your boyfriend - still don't go to uni with him.

I've seen quite a few couples who were about 12/13/14 and completely convinced they were love, going to be together forever, omg we're oging to get married and have babies. None of them have lasted. Some just grew up, but most are still just as immature and just had nasty fall outs.

I'd advise just enjoying your time together, but seperating it from your life plan.
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(Original post by suek)
If you're really not going to break up, you don't need to be living in the same place to survive.

If your relationship is worth it, if you really think it's forever, then it can survive the two of you picking two unis perfect for you and your course as individuals.

If you're scared you'll break up because of distance, well sorry, but you'd break up without the distance before long most likely anyway, too.
^^ This. Really.

Plus, I will eat my own head if someone who writes like the OP actually gets an A or above in GCSE English.
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thought i'd get in on the action sorry but boyfriend on the thread title isnt even spelt right!
I think you need to think about what people have said on here.. the chances are that you and your boyfriend will still be together by the time you go to university is pretty slim.. you havent hit that age where life gets extra complicated. You'll see
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Why don't you try go for the uni which is best for your course rather than make a decision for both of you. Its pretty short sighted and naive really if you do end up going to the same uni for the sake of a relationship. I think you need to judge what is best for YOU so you aren't left with any regrets.
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Plus, I will eat my own head if someone who writes like the OP actually gets an A or above in GCSE English.
Yes we will see, think you will be eating your head. Your probably all older than me, so obviously you have better grammar, i will get an A because all ny coursework is A* and my practice exam was the highest A grade, just because i don't always spell everything right because i've made a typing error or i have wrote it in text form doesn't mean i'm not good at english, i just dont spend time looking at what my spelling is like on a post, it is only a post people. I would also like to point out that i asked for advice not everyone telling me it wont happen, if you have some advice please let me know, if not then don't bother posting!!
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
how can you say this for definate, i know many couples that where together from a young age, my nan and grandad being an example, and now their in their 60's so it cant be impossible.
Why can't you be together at different unis?

It's my experience that couples that are together for a long time gain a sense of 'complacency'. Perhaps being apart (even by a few miles- Think about different london unis?) can give you something new to a relationship, and then if it falls apart, you won't feel like you have to see him every day?
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