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    Hey guys.

    Last week i went to Berlin with my course people and there was a night when i got really drunk and started making noise so my friend from next room came in and tell me to stfu or he will knock me out and i got really mad and started going crazy, i wanted to fight him and some people from my 1st year came out of their room to stop me and they did, luckily i didn't wake up my tutor.

    Next morning i woke up remember the thing i've done and i knew it was out of control and before i came back i said sorry to thr 3rd year people and everyone. I felt bad.

    This week i got called in my tutor office and he told me that he knew what happened that night and he said next week there will be people arrange a meeting and discuss my behaviour on that trip with me. My tutor said that it is not up to him to say that i will be getting kick out the course or get a warning

    What do you guys think? and when i go to the meeting what should i say?

    I am a first year student and i feel really sorry for my action but i don't want to throw my life away yet.

    thanks for reading this.
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    (Original post by mayteesangs)
    Hey guys.

    Last week i went to Berlin with my course people and there was a night when i got really drunk and started making noise so my friend from next room came in and tell me to stfu or he will knock me out and i got really mad and started going crazy, i wanted to fight him and some people from my 1st year came out of their room to stop me and they did, luckily i didn't wake up my tutor.

    Next morning i woke up remember the thing i've done and i knew it was out of control and before i came back i said sorry to thr 3rd year people and everyone. I felt bad.

    This week i got called in my tutor office and he told me that he knew what happened that night and he said next week there will be people arrange a meeting and discuss my behaviour on that trip with me. My tutor said that it is not up to him to say that i will be getting kick out the course or get a warning

    What do you guys think? and when i go to the meeting what should i say?

    I am a first year student and i feel really sorry for my action but i don't want to throw my life away yet.

    thanks for reading this.
    just tell the truth you were drunk (they must have done something wrong under the influence) and plead that you still want to be on the course
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    Did you not actually harm anyone?

    If it was just verbal disturbances I think you'll probably just get a warning.

    When in the meeting don't make any excuses, you were in the wrong. End of.

    And in future if you can't control yourself when you drink then don't drink.
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    Considering he came into the room and threatened you as opposed to just asking you to be quiet if anyone gets kicked out it should be him but I wouldn't use that as your defence.

    The best approach would be to eat humble pie and acknowledge your drunken mistake, we've all made them.
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Did you not actually harm anyone?

    If it was just verbal disturbances I think you'll probably just get a warning.

    When in the meeting don't make any excuses, you were in the wrong. End of.

    And in future if you can't control yourself when you drink then don't drink.
    i was only pushing people out of my way because i was angry but i didn't punch or hurt anyone
 
 
 
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