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    I withdrew from my third year last year, and have just started again to complete the last term, couple of essays, dissertation and one exam. But I've been working on and off, missing a lectures over the next 2 weeks as I have more work. I went to my first lecture today and I really have no interest. It just seems like a complete waste of time. I know I need to finish the degree and have that next to my name - but I just have no motivation.

    Having taken like 9 months out, I feel like I've moved on from uni, and it's really hard to get back into it. I just want to work now and earn money, not have to write my dissertation and go to lectures.

    Don't know why I'm writing this, just wondering if anyone else has felt the same, and how to get that motivation back.

    Just stick with it, it's only one more term left for you. It's what? A couple of months out of your life, I'm sure you can handle that. After that you can work all you want.

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