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What was the best stage of your educational life socially / workwise? watch

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    Out of Primary School , High School , College and Uni which would you vote highest to lowest socially and class work

    For me it would be

    Socially
    1.) Primary School
    2.) High School
    3.) College

    Class Work
    1.) College
    2.) Primary School
    3.) High School

    (I haven't been to Uni yet) I'm 18 by the way

    Thank you!
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    Good question.

    Socially and Classwork:
    1. High School.
    2. Primary School.
    -100. Sixth Form.
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    Socially:
    1. Primary school. I put it as 1 because I was more extroverted but in a precocious, innocent way. I could approach anyone because at that time I wasn't aware of meanness.

    2. University. Over the years I am finding my voice, whether I or others like it or not. I am finding it.

    3. Secondary school/college was ****. I got in so much trouble!

    Classwork:
    1. Primary school. I was always seen as "gifted," and held in high esteem. I became an involuntary tutor for many teachers, and my work was often presented as exemplary. Mainly due to my diction and writing and ability to quickly solve math problems.

    2. University. I know more now but I am a slacker. Hello, social media and TSR!

    3. High school. I didn't do ****.
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    (Original post by similarBlank)
    Good question.

    Socially and Classwork:
    1. High School.
    2. Primary School.
    -100. Sixth Form.
    This. That transition to adulthood kicked my ass.
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    University definitely. Everything else was unimaginably horrible
 
 
 
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