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    Hello,

    Usually I am guessing that pretty much everyone will be burning to go out and party hard on freshers day. I however am not in a mood for partying, especially when I am about to start somewhere new (yes I know it goes for everyone), but I personally want to take it easy the night before first day at Uni and be more calm and relaxed. I like partying when I know I have gotten used to everything and have found my feet. I also don't like partying during terms since I always put my education first since I can always party.
    So yeah, would I be the only one not in the mood for partying or would there be others?
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    (Original post by Chochiana)
    Hello,

    Usually I am guessing that pretty much everyone will be burning to go out and party hard on freshers day. I however am not in a mood for partying, especially when I am about to start somewhere new (yes I know it goes for everyone), but I personally want to take it easy the night before first day at Uni and be more calm and relaxed. I like partying when I know I have gotten used to everything and have found my feet. I also don't like partying during terms since I always put my education first since I can always party.
    So yeah, would I be the only one not in the mood for partying or would there be others?
    Hello ,

    You WILL NOT be alone in this feeling. When you get to university you will find other students who are like yourself and don't like drinking/partying all the time and only when they feel comfortable and settled and what not. You will find these people - it's a good level-head to have and people will respect you for your decisions. Don't worry!

    Good luck
 
 
 
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