Did you suck it up and work you're hardest anyway?
Did it affect youre whole university experience?
Did you change course, did things improve?
Or did you see the only way out as just flunking Uni?
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- Thread Starter
- 23-12-2010 02:39
- 23-12-2010 18:17
1-I didn't really bother that much bc it was first year and threw myself into the social aspect of uni. I chose better modules for second year anyway.
2- Not at all, there was still the social aspect which to me is equally if not more important
3-Things improved when I chose better modules
- 01-01-2011 16:22
I have sometimes had the feelings you describe during University. I even contemplated transferring Universities, but once I had explored the option fully, it was not possible at the time due to personal reasons. I think it depends in part on what stage of your degree you are at. It is generally easier to transfer at the end of the first year; you might be able to transfer some or all on your credits if you wish to continue in the same subject (or a related discipline) at a University elsewhere. Of course, the choice of subject is central, but just one aspect of the University experience as a whole. I think it would be a mistake to flunk University, especially in view of the cost involved. I have felt like quitting my degree several times, but am now a final year student with only one semester to go before graduating; it seems a real shame as well as a waste of the last three years to leave now. I hope this is of some help to you in your situation; if we can provide more specific advice, do post again.