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    I'm in my first year at Cambridge:

    During the week, I'm tired all the time and always end up falling asleep in the afternoons. By 11am I'm already smoking, I smoke much more, and I'm always hungry.

    Come the weekend, I'm full of energy and eat hardly anything, and I don't eat or smoke until at least 5pm. I even have the energy to go running. Also, I really don't care how I look at the weekends, even though I'm still meeting friends etc. Whereas during the week I'm much more concious about it.

    It's not like I love the weekends and I'm in a great mood, or anything like that. And I'm doing more studying and physical activity during the weekends compared to during the week.

    Does anyone else get this?
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    Should've gone to Oxford.
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    (Original post by AP1989)
    Should've gone to Oxford.
    Nah, give me Cambridge anyday.
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    For me, it's the exact opposite.

    During the week, I'm motivated to do my uni work even after lectures, I get up early and get all my things done.
    On weekends, I just want to relax, lose all my motivation, want to sleep all the time and basically I end up never doing anything for uni.
 
 
 
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