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    I'm doing an art foundation course next year in London which is about an hour and 20min train journey away. My parents are willing to let me do whatever so now I'm left to decide whether to commute as I only have to attend school 3 days a week, or just move to a uni hall. If I was to move out I will meet more people and just experience the city as well as an adult life. If I stay, instead my parents are willing to buy me my first car and I will just have a comfortable year being provided with everything. I'm usually very independent and since I don't get along with my parents I thought this would be an easy decision but the thought of never coming back home scares me. I don't know what to do. Could an extra year of London be worth giving up a year of settled life at home?

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