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    Hey guys! So these days I've been wondering about how university life is like and I came up with this question -the title- . I'm kind of going crazy about it because I still have a couple of years to go and I can't wait to experience it. I don't want it to sound like I'm rushing because I still want to focus on the stage of education I am right now -bloody GCSEs 🙄- but I want to have a sense of how is it to socialise with people at uni. So if you guys could tell me a bit about how it is and also about the first week, how's a year like and so on, it would be much appreciated!
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    Don't get ahead of yourself.
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    One of the best things about uni is that it gives you a chance to meet people from all over the country. A great way to make new friends is to join a bunch of different societies as they'll be full of people with similar interests to you.
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    (Original post by namelessfeelsx)
    Hey guys! So these days I've been wondering about how university life is like and I came up with this question -the title- . I'm kind of going crazy about it because I still have a couple of years to go and I can't wait to experience it. I don't want it to sound like I'm rushing because I still want to focus on the stage of education I am right now -bloody GCSEs 🙄- but I want to have a sense of how is it to socialise with people at uni. So if you guys could tell me a bit about how it is and also about the first week, how's a year like and so on, it would be much appreciated!
    Generally speaking you join societies, go to parties and meet people that way. If you live on campus/in halls you'll be amongst others who live with you, they will introduce you to people on their course etc. As long as you put yourself out there then generally speaking you'll meet a lot of people, many of which will become friends.
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    (Original post by Danny Dorito)
    One of the best things about uni is that it gives you a chance to meet people from all over the country. A great way to make new friends is to join a bunch of different societies as they'll be full of people with similar interests to you.
    Very interesting! Thank you very much
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    (Original post by SpiritSharD)
    Generally speaking you join societies, go to parties and meet people that way. If you live on campus/in halls you'll be amongst others who live with you, they will introduce you to people on their course etc. As long as you put yourself out there then generally speaking you'll meet a lot of people, many of which will become friends.
    Sounds like a lot of fun. Thank you, that was really helpful!
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    (Original post by namelessfeelsx)
    Hey guys! So these days I've been wondering about how university life is like and I came up with this question -the title- . I'm kind of going crazy about it because I still have a couple of years to go and I can't wait to experience it. I don't want it to sound like I'm rushing because I still want to focus on the stage of education I am right now -bloody GCSEs 🙄- but I want to have a sense of how is it to socialise with people at uni. So if you guys could tell me a bit about how it is and also about the first week, how's a year like and so on, it would be much appreciated!
    Well I was made to believe meeting new guys would be really easy and loads would be boyfriend material, which has not been the case
 
 
 
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