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    i do actually want to start a hide and seek club with cars, want to do my HSE professional divers course along with my degree, want to get a first (not going to happen), want to get drunk at least three times a week, and all the other usual stuff
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    Get a First in Law. That's my main ambition.
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    - Visit university gym at least twice a week. Have never, ever had the opportunity to join a gym at home, but at university.. weyhey!
    - Ride a horse along the beach in Swansea
    - Get drunk and pass out on a friend's bedroom floor
    - Make a gorgeous curly haired, glasses wearing, scarf wearing Welsh boyo fall madly in love with me
    - Oh and, er.. get at least a 2:1
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    Ok off topic but why on earth did someone rep me negatively?? I didnt say anything to offend anyone!
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    (Original post by Kard)
    I want to reinvent myself. I'm thinking actually about not telling anyone what University I end up going to, and just go and become a new person.
    that is exactly what i want to do lol
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    (Original post by fluffball)
    Ok off topic but why on earth did someone rep me negatively?? I didnt say anything to offend anyone!
    :confused: for which post in this thread were you neg repped? Can't see anything offensive in any of them either ...
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    Kick ass.
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    (Original post by Adarah)
    :confused: for which post in this thread were you neg repped? Can't see anything offensive in any of them either ...
    I haven't a clue but it seems totally unjustified in my opinion
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    In no particular order:

    -Get a good degree (2.1 or first)
    -Learn German
    -Play football and badminton competitively
    -Join a few societies
    -Get involved with the student media - most likely print
    -Go clubbing/drinking a lot
    -Get work experience/internships so...
    -I can get a job lined up for when I leave.
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    Play ultimate frisbee!!!
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    (Original post by spangletastic)
    - Ride a horse along the beach in Swansea
    Oh yes, me too! I want to learn how to ride horseback.
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    get a first
    get an internship with a major bank/law firm
    learn french properly
    go skiing/snowboarding
    make lots of mates
    get to study abroad in some exotic country (Singapore?)
    do a masters!
    NOT get laid!
    Mandeep
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    Goals before I arrived here.....
    Good degree, Much drinking, Stay fit

    Goals knowing what here is like.....
    Get a degree, Drink to point of death and no further, Don't weigh 15 stone!
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    Climb Arthur's Seat
    Grow up, just a little bit
    Write for magazines/student newspaper
    Stalk Dylan Moran
    Oh, and get a good degree and learn loads, et cetera.
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    Thirty years after going to University for the first time I've still not managed to grow up - it's value is much exagerated anyway.
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    I think pretty much everyone wants to get drunk, laid, party lots, travel the world/europe and get a good degree.
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    (Original post by fluffball)
    I haven't a clue but it seems totally unjustified in my opinion
    yeah, well it was just some one new because you didn't loose much rep, you've still got a green thing there next to your name, so don't worry about it.

    (Original post by foxo)
    Get a First in Law. That's my main ambition.
    :eek: Good luck! Sound really hard, not sure what it's like in the UK, but in most countries it's damned near impossible to get such a good grade in law, I wish you luck! (although somehow i think luck won't have much to do with it, more like hard work )
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    Mine are as follows:
    -> Get a First in Japanese in Politics (from what I've heard, it isn't half as hard to do so in languages and social sciences than in Law!)
    -> Meet lots of interesting people!
    -> Write for students' magazine/paper
    -> Get my black belt in karate
    -> Try and stay fit.
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    1) getting a degree would be a good start lol
    2) i really want to learn French fluently. ( and a bit Japanese if i have time) that would be cool
    3) join at least one society - with preferably one being one in which i can get a dicount on food or drinks lol :cheers:
    4) join the gym- on the top of my to-do list
    5) just have a laugh
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    (Original post by Jandarini)
    -> Get my black belt in karate

    oh cool you do Karate I used to do Shotokan karate- was two belts of a black belt then i moved...darn! I tried to take it up again, but then i got older and studying began to get in the way
 
 
 
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