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ruthiepoothie
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(Original post by Peapod)
the degree
me 2!! yay !! i thought i would be the only one!! where are u going again??
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I think any people who go to uni just for the lifestyle are making a bit of a mistake. If you don't have any motivation you are unlikely to do well in your course, and that's what you are getting into all the debt to pay for!
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Yep I'm excited much.. Keep getting distracted from work by looking at halls etc. and thinking about whether to get a laptop or not. So must stop that or else I won't be going anywhere!!
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(Original post by ruthiepoothie)
why r u all going to uni- 4 the lifestyle or the degree or both??
of course the degree, but in a way its a bit of both because when i get to uni i can't wait to get involved in all the clubs and societies and make new friends.

*counting the days till september 13th*
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both!
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the degree.. but the student lifestyle is a huuuge bonus.
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