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    I'm going to try and keep this as short as possible but please bear with me.
    Basically tomorrow is the start of the second semester... I didn't really go to many lectures in the first semester (for reasons i don't want to go into). I want to attend every lecture this semester but i'm worried ill be alone because i didn't really make any friends in the first semester just acquaintances really. I'm worried that everyones made their own groups of friends by now and i'm going to be sitting alone in lectures with no one to talk to/ won't be able to make any friends.:/ I guess i'm just a bit nervous about tomorrow/ don't know what to do. :/

    Go, talk to people, people will have friends, but try to sit with people who are also by themselves. There will be some. Start a conversation,just say hi and your name and go from there. Try sitting next to differant people each time as well. Also have you considered joining societies, especially if your subject has one, thats a great way to meet people

    Honestly, going to lectures isn't about talking and making friends - it's about learning. Sitting alone is fine. But, as the person above me said, it's perfectly fine to make new friends before the lecture by starting a conversation. Not everyone sits next to the same people each time.
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