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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
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!!
You've already been given a lot of advice! You're just going to be hearing the same thing over again because there's a limit to what anyone can say on this topic.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
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!!
We're just trying to open up those baby blues a little, hun.
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I know people are saying its a stupid idea to try and get into the same uni solely for the purposes of maintaining a relationship and I concur. But just out of interest who has managed to stay in a relationship when you are at 2 different uni's?
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i think we would be fine in different universities as long as we could see eachother regularly.
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i think we would be fine in different universities as long as we could see eachother regularly.
So why don't you consider that? Think about London unis, or something like that. The space could do you the world of good. (Frankly, I can't wait to move away from my partner because I know we'll value the time together even more then rather than just 'expecting' the other to be there - Living together runs the risk of ending in a very regular routine. XD)
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
i think we would be fine in different universities as long as we could see eachother regularly.
Heh, you go to my old high school (my brother still attends), and you live about five minutes away.
Anyway, back on topic. I don't think that thinking about uni at your age is unreasonable. However, putting blind faith in a young relationship (or indeed any relationship) over the period of three/four years is not a good idea.
May I just ask if your boyfriend is the same age as you?
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i think we would be fine in different universities as long as we could see eachother regularly.
Good girl

The only thing that should govern your university choice is what is best for YOU - no one else. And long distance stuff works all the time, if you both want it to, and commit to it, there's no reason it won't.
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Blimey. If you stay together when you graduate you will have been together for 12 years. My marriage didn't last that long. Best of luck to you both though.

As people have said maybe different Uni's in the same City would be something to look at, Birmingham, Sheffield, London.
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(Original post by Hedgeman49)
May I just ask if your boyfriend is the same age as you?

nope year above

he want's to take a gap year though, so it works.
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We've managed a 3.5 year relationship over two different countries so far. If you can't manage between two different unis then frankly that is VERY poor if you two love one another (as you seem so keen to allege).
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
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!!

:rofl:

Anyway, you've been together since you were 11/12...that I find a little strange.

Teenage love, it hardly ever lasts :rolleyes:

The couple I know that planned to go to the same university broke up 1 month before results.
I wouldn't suggest planning your life around him.
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Oh, I went to the same uni as my boyfriend, we broke up after 3 months, and I dropped out coz I was stupid and picked my uni because of him, and my course, I didn't really want to do for a career anyway so.. bewaaare!
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We've managed a 3.5 year relationship over two different countries so far. If you can't manage between two different unis then frankly that is VERY poor if you two love one another (as you seem so keen to allege).
i didn't say i couldn't, i just love to be with him you see I could cope with going to different ones as long as i could still see him.
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(Original post by xxstace123xx)
Mee && my bf wanna go to uni togetha ,, but we are really worried about not getting into the same uni!

he wants to do electrical engineering n i wanna do psychology?

dunoo wat to do lol anyone?

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Tbh, I wouldn't do it unless you have tried living together before. I went to university with my ex-boyfriend and things went badly wrong.
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Wow, this just gets better every time. You've just implied that people in LDRs DON'T love to see their partners :rolleyes:
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dont do it , hes only a bf you will have many of them.
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Wow, this just gets better every time. You've just implied that people in LDRs DON'T love to see their partners :rolleyes:
Hows that?, I simply said iIlove to be with him, and never mentioned or implied that people in long distance relationships don't love to see their partners, in fact I think that they will probably appreciate the other person more. & I happen to think it is really romantic, i'm just not sure!
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Hows that?, I simply said iIlove to be with him, and never mentioned or implied that people in long distance relationships don't love to see their partners, in fact I think that they will probably appreciate the other person more. & I happen to think it is really romantic, i'm just not sure!
How do you even know you want to study Psychology, seeing as you haven't ever studied it formally?
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Dispite the fact i'm very sceptical about your absolute version of how your life will turn out, i have to admire your optimism and ability to ignore the constructive criticism and general bad vibes you must be getting from replies.

EDIT: Have you finished your GCSE exams yet... i just realised 15 could be year 10.
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Never let a relationship that probably isn't going to last anyway influence where you go to uni.
That's abit morbid - not all relationships fail. Maybe you have bad experiences but not everyone.
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