Starting uni - what are you most excited about?

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Afternoon naps, hitting up the SU or getting your independence, what are you most excited about starting uni?

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Everything :daydreaming:
but mainly meeting new people :ahee: and exploring what my Uni has to offer me
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A fresh start! The chance to meet new people, learn new things, and ultimately, learn more about myself...as cliche as it may sound.
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Back when I was starting uni, I was looking forward to meeting new people and trying to be more social (didn't happen).
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Is it weird that i'm not really feeling excited about it at all? I just see it as another step in life.
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I'm so excited to live in a city!
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Moving on with my life and some new and hopefully exciting (albeit scary!) experiences
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Having 0 money
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I'm honestly terrified to go and don't know if I'll cope, but I'm excited to buy new things for my room😂 I'm hoping to gain more confidence and be more independent
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(Original post by UWS)
Back when I was starting uni, I was looking forward to meeting new people and trying to be more social (didn't happen).
Why not?




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Meeting new friends and banging cute girls x
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(Original post by Aria Enoshima)
Is it weird that i'm not really feeling excited about it at all? I just see it as another step in life.
Pretty much that. It'll be a different place, but the same system applies. People and courses never change.
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Being somewhere I'd be more comfortable with that's a bit more in the centre like the rest of the world.
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Starting a new chapter in life :thumbsup:

New place, new people to be around, new things to learn, new skills to master etc.
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I was excited about making friends with people on my landing and being more sociable. Also getting to study more of the subject I loved at Alevels. That didn't go too well- I made dinner at 2 in the morning to avoid seeing people, hated my course then dropped out before Christmas. :rolleyes:
Next time around it was being closer to my bf and that one went way better.
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To FINALLY be myself
and enjoy a new country
and a new city
and new people
(basically enjoy everything)
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meeting new people and moving out of this country and into the UK
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(Original post by Kindred)
I was excited about making friends with people on my landing and being more sociable. Also getting to study more of the subject I loved at Alevels. That didn't go too well- I made dinner at 2 in the morning to avoid seeing people, hated my course then dropped out before Christmas. :rolleyes:
Next time around it was being closer to my bf and that one went way better.
Why did you try and avoid seing people?
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Why did you try and avoid seing people?
Depression. I don't know why, but I just really didn't want to be near people.
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Studying a subject I have a genuine interest in, not like at A level when you have to study subjects you are no overly into. I also look forward to being able to control my own diet and cook my own meals. I guess the added independence and not having to rely on my parents to do things.
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