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Which one is more important to you - just curious?
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Probably studying but 60% studying and 40% social life for me, no point in doing well in exams if you have no life or no friends to share it with
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¿¿¿Study groups???
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Probably studying but 60% studying and 40% social life for me, no point in doing well in exams if you have no life or no friends to share it with
That's a good balance - fair point

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¿¿¿Study groups???
Indeed - best of both worlds
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At the moment studying as its exam season and I can't afford to mess it up
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Studying atm

I have friends but socialising isn't going to get me where I want to be, being successful is often a lonely road.


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This is TSR. So for everyone it's gonna be social life! :ahee:

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BOTH... Make time eg Study weekdays and PARTY weekends except if you have an exam on the next follow day xD
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At the moment studying as its exam season and I can't afford to mess it up
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Studying atm

I have friends but socialising isn't going to get me where I want to be, being successful is often a lonely road.


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This is TSR. So for everyone it's gonna be social life! :ahee:
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True, very true
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hey zoe! for me, i would have to prioritise studying. however, i make sure that i meet up (outside of school) with my school friends at least once a month. idk if that is bad! then, i have friends who i have known since i was little by doing a club on a saturday morning, so i see that lot once a week. in regards to my friends outside of school i try and keep in touch with them - attempting to meet up with them in the holidays.
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hey zoe! for me, i would have to prioritise studying. however, i make sure that i meet up (outside of school) with my school friends at least once a month. idk if that is bad! then, i have friends who i have known since i was little by doing a club on a saturday morning, so i see that lot once a week. in regards to my friends outside of school i try and keep in touch with them - attempting to meet up with them in the holidays.
That's really good - I'm just curious to see what other people do to balance studying and friends
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Studying would come first. Without education - you can't even get a job nowadays I don't want to be poor. I hardly spend time with my friends mainly because they are always revising but we do text each other and i also have friends outside of school who i text. Education comes first After the exams i'm back to social life but only for a while After education and after getting a job there will always be time for a social life
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Studying would come first. Without education - you can't even get a job nowadays I don't want to be poor. I hardly spend time with my friends mainly because they are always revising but we do text each other and i also have friends outside of school who i text. Education comes first After the exams i'm back to social life but only for a while After education and after getting a job there will always be time for a social life
That's really nice - I will get back into a social life after exams too
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Studying would come first. Without education - you can't even get a job nowadays I don't want to be poor. I hardly spend time with my friends mainly because they are always revising but we do text each other and i also have friends outside of school who i text. Education comes first After the exams i'm back to social life but only for a while After education and after getting a job there will always be time for a social life
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hey zoe! for me, i would have to prioritise studying. however, i make sure that i meet up (outside of school) with my school friends at least once a month. idk if that is bad! then, i have friends who i have known since i was little by doing a club on a saturday morning, so i see that lot once a week. in regards to my friends outside of school i try and keep in touch with them - attempting to meet up with them in the holidays.
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BOTH... Make time eg Study weekdays and PARTY weekends except if you have an exam on the next follow day xD
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Studying atm

I have friends but socialising isn't going to get me where I want to be, being successful is often a lonely road.


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At the moment studying as its exam season and I can't afford to mess it up
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¿¿¿Study groups???
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Probably studying but 60% studying and 40% social life for me, no point in doing well in exams if you have no life or no friends to share it with
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Which one is more important to you - just curious?
What's the point of friends??
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What's the point of friends??
What do you mean ?
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What's the point of friends??
what's the point of happiness?
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There are plenty of better things to do than have friends
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What's the point of friends??
It is good to try and develop relationships with other people. It can make you feel happy.
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Which one is more important to you - just curious?
Both are important, but studying is more important imo as I am at university to get a degree to allow me to progress to the thing I want to do next

I normally go out and do something 2 evenings a week (and then stuff in the day during the holidays) but no more than that because I need the rest of the time to get the high percentage that I do get. And tbh I get 4 months off for summer where I do 80% socialising so working very hard for 8 months of the year isnt too bad tbh

A fair few people I know say 'oh you should go out a lot more etc' but I say that I only have to work really hard for 8 months a year then can spend 4 months doing whatever I like so why not put as much work in as you need to get the best grades you can
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healthy balance of both tbh
No point of having 1 without the other
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