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    Hi,
    So all my friends are going to some 'gig' in London on December the 1st(Thursday), we'll get back around 1.30am.
    We have Sixth Form the next day at 8am.
    I generally need a good 7/8 hours sleep to function properly the next day, especially if i'm going Sixth Form
    Would it be antisocial, boring and rude for me to say no at 17(year 13) ?
    What would you do ?they need to know by 8 so they can book the tickets, hence the "urgent...ish" in title.
    Any advice is appreciated,
    Lee

    Or should I go, as I'm sure next year at uni there will be similar circumstances...
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    (Original post by lee1999wright)
    Hi,
    So all my friends are going to some 'gig' in London on December the 1st(Thursday), we'll get back around 1.30am.
    We have Sixth Form the next day at 8am.
    I generally need a good 7/8 hours sleep to function properly the next day, especially if i'm going Sixth Form
    Would it be antisocial, boring and rude for me to say no at 17(year 13) ?
    What would you do ?they need to know by 8 so they can book the tickets, hence the "urgent...ish" in title.
    Any advice is appreciated,
    Lee

    Or should I go, as I'm sure next year at uni there will be similar circumstances...
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    I wouldn't go if you feel it will impede your success at A levels. If not then go for it, but personally i wouldn't as i'm not into that sort of thing. Not all people in Uni will be the party type and go out loads, if you like to keep on top of work and study, i'm sure there will be a few people who would rather stay in for some sleep in your class
 
 
 
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