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    I was wondering if when you go to college if your social life improves and you go to more parties and stuff because at the moment I have friends but we only go to small gatherings.
    Next year I really want to go out more and find a new group of friends
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    Not really, tbh it got worse
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    pretty **** tbh uni is when it takes off i believe. gear up for then...
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    (Original post by Asteroid118)
    I was wondering if when you go to college if your social life improves and you go to more parties and stuff because at the moment I have friends but we only go to small gatherings.
    Next year I really want to go out more and find a new group of friends
    Mine didnt really change between lower school and sixth form, and thats including the fact I changed schools. Between year 7 and 11 I went to 3 gatherings, at sixth form I've been to 1.
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    Can do yes. Just depends who you make friends with.
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    It's just all my older siblings seemed to go out loads when they were at school and college just wished I did as well
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    Your social life has the potential to be improved, but don't waste your frees because of it. Sounds simple, but really. An hour and a half gone, in the blink of an eye, three days a week, like thirty weeks at least a year. Not good.
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    (Original post by Asteroid118)
    I was wondering if when you go to college if your social life improves and you go to more parties and stuff because at the moment I have friends but we only go to small gatherings.
    Next year I really want to go out more and find a new group of friends
    It could do, depending on your college, but I'd focus more on seeing what you can do yourself to improve your social life.
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    (Original post by Asteroid118)
    I was wondering if when you go to college if your social life improves and you go to more parties and stuff because at the moment I have friends but we only go to small gatherings.
    Next year I really want to go out more and find a new group of friends
    Mine certainly did. At high school I had 5 really close friends a few extended ones, we had a lot of sleepovers, small parties and went out at weekends. I had a brilliant group. But when I went to college it improved even more, because I went to college with no one despite having amazing friends at HS because it was the best place for me.
    So now I have my old high school friends who I see occasionally, who have parties and I have made friends wth their friends too, but I have new friends from college (about 10 close friends and a bigger extended circle) and we have much bigger parties, but we don't do as much stuff at the weekends/have sleepovers like I was able to do in high school because we have so much more work to do.
    I think what happens is your social life changes. I go to more parties now, whereas before I would just hang out with friends, but that's harder for me at college because of the workload and distance between me and my new friends due to a massive catchment area, that doesn't stop us having amazing parties though! I don't use my frees to socialise though (apart from now, as all my exams have finished and i have no work or revision).
 
 
 
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