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    Hey,

    Im Amy, 25 from London. Studying psychology, sociology and criminology. Who wants to chat?

    I study from home and I also work from home too.
    My hubby works really long hours and I don't know many people in my area as I have a little bit of social anxiety which makes things difficult. So I get quite lonely at home all the time. X



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    What does your husband work as?
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    (Original post by AmyBurge)
    Hey,

    Im Amy, 25 from London. Studying psychology, sociology and criminology. Who wants to chat?

    I study from home and I also work from home too.
    My hubby works really long hours and I don't know many people in my area as I have a little bit of social anxiety which makes things difficult. So I get quite lonely at home all the time. X



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    You study psychology, sociology and criminology? :eek3:
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    (Original post by AmyBurge)
    Hey,

    Im Amy, 25 from London. Studying psychology, sociology and criminology. Who wants to chat?

    I study from home and I also work from home too.
    My hubby works really long hours and I don't know many people in my area as I have a little bit of social anxiety which makes things difficult. So I get quite lonely at home all the time. X



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    What are psychology and criminology like at degree level?! :eek3:
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    (Original post by Lilyghz)
    What are psychology and criminology like at degree level?! :eek3:
    Hey, I dont study degree level unfortunately. Psychology and sociology are A-Levels and criminology is a level 3 course which is equivalent to an A-Level. But once Im done id like to do a degree with Open University.

    I'm self teaching tho, so it can be quite hard without a tutor etc. But I enjoy it

    Are you studying psychology too?

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    I too have social anxiety! but 21 and came on here for someone to talk too
    So hey!
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    why did you not do your actual A-levels at aged 16-19?
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    (Original post by AmyBurge)
    Hey, I dont study degree level unfortunately. Psychology and sociology are A-Levels and criminology is a level 3 course which is equivalent to an A-Level. But once Im done id like to do a degree with Open University.

    I'm self teaching tho, so it can be quite hard without a tutor etc. But I enjoy it

    Are you studying psychology too?

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    Oh good on you! I've just finished psychology at AS. Continuing it at A2 and hopefully the same onto university! Have you taken the exams?
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    why did you not do your actual A-levels at aged 16-19?
    I went thru a lot of bullying mentally and physically at school. So much that my parents got fed up with the school ignoring it and they took me out in year 10 before I could do gcses I just haven't had any courage to go back since then. So im studying at home.

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    I too have social anxiety! but 21 and came on here for someone to talk too
    So hey!
    Hey! Nice to meet you! are you at college / uni ? x

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    (Original post by Lilyghz)
    Oh good on you! I've just finished psychology at AS. Continuing it at A2 and hopefully the same onto university! Have you taken the exams?
    I have really only just started. I started like a year ago with distance learning company ICS but they were really bad, I had so many problems with them. So I left them and then lost motivation for a while. Ive just started again but self teaching this time. So the exams will probably be next year now depending on how I get on

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    (Original post by AmyBurge)
    I have really only just started. I started like a year ago with distance learning company ICS but they were really bad, I had so many problems with them. So I left them and then lost motivation for a while. Ive just started again but self teaching this time. So the exams will probably be next year now depending on how I get on

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    I reckon you'll be alright second time round as long as you maintain a positive can-do attitude you may find it difficult at times but it's definitely doable to teach yourself independently. (Besides, if you struggle you have this whole community to back you up )

    What other interests have you got?
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    (Original post by Lilyghz)
    I reckon you'll be alright second time round as long as you maintain a positive can-do attitude you may find it difficult at times but it's definitely doable to teach yourself independently. (Besides, if you struggle you have this whole community to back you up )

    What other interests have you got?
    Thanks
    Ermmm well I am a huge Sherlock fan. ♡ Benedict Cumberbatch :O lol. Cycling, bowling, cooking, drawing. I just generally enjoy learning new things so I read a lot of different things too.

    How about you?

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    Hi!

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    (Original post by LakAnne)
    why did you not do your actual A-levels at aged 16-19?

    why not
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    (Original post by AmyBurge)
    I went thru a lot of bullying mentally and physically at school. So much that my parents got fed up with the school ignoring it and they took me out in year 10 before I could do gcses I just haven't had any courage to go back since then. So im studying at home.

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    Oh you sound like you are a well disciplined person to have the ability of self study. When did you get married?
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    Thanks
    Ermmm well I am a huge Sherlock fan. ♡ Benedict Cumberbatch :O lol. Cycling, bowling, cooking, drawing. I just generally enjoy learning new things so I read a lot of different things too.

    How about you?

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    I'm afraid I've never seen Sherlock nor a fan of Benedict Cumberbatch haha. I never learned how to ride a bike, my 6 year old nephew beats me at bowling 90% of the time, I bake and I like to think I'm average at drawing haha.

    I'm a huge How I Met Your Mother fan (I know the series has ended but I'm still not over it). I do some hiking every now and again and I'm a complete foodie haha.

    What's your favorite book?
 
 
 
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