Basically, there is one university that I would really like to go to, everything looks amazing, the course, the facilities, (I'm visiting soon), but there is a person in my college who also wants to go there. They will definitely be accepted because they are super smart.
I really don't want to spend another 3 years with them. It sounds harsh but they are very needy and selfish, and I don't want them to ruin the university experience for me. I tried talking to them about it, but they insisted that we should ring up and move into the same college, which was exactly the opposite of what I was suggesting.
Should I let them dictate which university I want to go to?
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- Thread Starter
- 13-02-2016 10:16
- 13-02-2016 10:18
You don't need to spend time with them at uni. You'll both make new friends and you can slowly limit and eventually cut off contact if you so desire.
- 13-02-2016 11:01
How large is the population of the university? Chances are if it's a lot, you won't even see them. Also, if you're both in separate departments usually, there's also a decreased chance of ever seeing them if you truly love the university, don't let this force your decision to not choose it.
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