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    I'm in year 11, and right now I'm studying hard for my exams. However, the majority of the people are somewhat fake. So many unnecessary things occurring giving a bad vibe. Therefore, I decided to stay alone for the past 2 months. The fact of me having to see these type of people everyday makes me depressed. I'm just curious to know if life does get better in terms of vibes and the people who are real and I can associate with without getting back stabbed, used etc.Also, Im going to a sixth form in another town seeing as the majority of the people from my year are going to this particular sixth form which has a shoddy reputation.
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    Try to make friends within the first month otherwise you'll be all alone like me
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    I made friends the first day, Now I'm really close with a lot of people. Don't go after people, let them come to you. Act calm and never forget that you're a lone wolf. Make some girl friends because it's easier for girls to introduce you to other people and lastly. GET INTO A FIGHT THE FIRST DAY. That's what I did and I'm glad I done it.
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    I do hope to make friends haha. I just want a fresh start for the sake of my self and move away to somewhere more respectful, real etc. I have people that are trying to put me down indirectly, it actually hurts lol. I just keep telling my self 1 month left and I'm out of here

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    i have made more friends in sixth then i did at school
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    High school sithform so i knew mostly everyone.
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    Yeah, I hope to make new friends and keep my self in a positive vibes as well getting over my ex who used me etc. and moving on from people here and trying to re discover my self again. Hopefully after exams and I should keep my self occupied

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    Yeah, definitely try to make friends during the first month.. I didnt and I kind of dont speak to anyone outside of lessons. To be fair, you meet a lot of people that you wouldn't think existed and you don't really feel alone about your insecurities. Its not bad, I mean its not good but, it could be worse. Just kind of do your thing and people should respect you


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    So I should definitely make friends within the first month. I'm not much of a shy person or anything so it's not hard for me to introduce my self or anything like that. Because I'm going to a sixth form in another town, then making friends is compulsory. I have only very little friends which I am grateful for and support one another equally. But after school ends, we are going to split into different directions where one of my friend is going to a college and the other going to a sixth form where I live. So yeah, won't have much time to see each but will maintain contact everyday possible.

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    In my experience, there is no difference between the social interaction in secondary school and in sixth form. If anything, for me it got worse.
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    (Original post by K2G)
    I made friends the first day, Now I'm really close with a lot of people. Don't go after people, let them come to you. Act calm and never forget that you're a lone wolf. Make some girl friends because it's easier for girls to introduce you to other people and lastly. GET INTO A FIGHT THE FIRST DAY. That's what I did and I'm glad I done it.
    And you're giving ridiculous advice why? Why would you advise someone to get into a fight?




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    (Original post by Sacred Ground)
    And you're giving ridiculous advice why? Why would you advise someone to get into a fight?




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    Because I'm boooooooooored lol
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    (Original post by K2G)
    GET INTO A FIGHT THE FIRST DAY. That's what I did and I'm glad I done it.
    Do not do this.
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    Whilst I admit I have nothing to contribute to the thread, saying "How are people like" is wrong and infuriating. It should be "What are people like". How doesn't make sense. Sorry for the complete lack of contribution.
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    I stayed at my 7-11 school for sixth form as I knew the teachers and people, and liked the way the whole system was run. Personally, it's been the same as being in normal school, just in non-uniform and being able to go home early some days. We still have to get permission to do anything, everything is still done through our parents, we have barely any freedom and the only real difference is being able to get food early in third period.
    The people have become even more *****y, the annoying people are even more annoying, the stress is worse and it's not a god "vibe".
    I'm sure going to a sixth form college is much better, and if I don't get the grades to get back in I'm going to do that. Some people seem to have had a good time, I suppose it's what you make of it really
 
 
 
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