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    Anyone had any experiences going back to uni in say third year after a placement in industry. Im wondering if there's much of a struggle getting back into the work load as in back into heavy theoretical stuff.

    Im on placement atm and just heard a few things from previous students
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    You just go back and do your stuff. I took a year out the year just before that term there and literally all i done was eat, booz n play fifa. I went back into fourth year (last term) and got and was put on the Engineering Excellence List lol so im sure you will be just fine. The only thing i could imagine coming to grips with is that you were earning good money n not really studying (or were you for the placement?) and now you will be a student having to study. Pretty sure you will be fine but in terms of doing the work as im a lazy person but still pulled that off lol
 
 
 
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