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    I usually talk to my friends on the PS4 party but I haven't for a month because I was away for NCS. I was going to go to college with a mate I met during NCS but he didn't have good grades so now i'm by myself.

    I met a few of my PS4 friends on results day but it felt weird because we haven't seen each other since prom, which was about 5 weeks ago.
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    (Original post by randyortonrko)
    I usually talk to my friends on the PS4 party but I haven't for a month because I was away for NCS. I was going to go to college with a mate I met during NCS but he didn't have good grades so now i'm by myself.

    I met a few of my PS4 friends on results day but it felt weird because we haven't seen each other since prom, which was about 5 weeks ago.
    Honestly you will make new friends at college in your subject classes, and the excitement of making new friends and hanging out fades away as you get closer to exams, so really just focus on studying because AS is a lot harder than GCSE
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    They say the best friendships are with those you can go ages without talking to, then when you meet up you pick up from where you left off.

    Friends come and go anyway. I wouldnt worry about it, there will plenty of others in the same boat as you.
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    They say the best friendships are with those you can go ages without talking to, then when you meet up you pick up from where you left off.

    Friends come and go anyway. I wouldnt worry about it, there will plenty of others in the same boat as you.
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    (Original post by Farah-R)
    Honestly you will make new friends at college in your subject classes, and the excitement of making new friends and hanging out fades away as you get closer to exams, so really just focus on studying because AS is a lot harder than GCSE
    Thanks for reassuring advice kind sir. I was getting quite worried about starting college but I think I'll be fine
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    (Original post by phunky_fresh)
    They say the best friendships are with those you can go ages without talking to, then when you meet up you pick up from where you left off.

    Friends come and go anyway. I wouldnt worry about it, there will plenty of others in the same boat as you.
    I believe this is quite true because I met an old friend yesterday and we get on just like friends. I saw him when I was giving my GCSE results to the college.
 
 
 
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