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    Yes. Yes, I do.
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    yep, i think its a waste of time and money, like wat if u dont even do well in Uni? all the money paid for it, is gone down the drain
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    Only introverts or tight-fisted people will agree with you. The ability to learn a subject you love for 3 to 4 years, make a lot of friends and enjoy various experiences with them, and on average get a higher paying job compared to those without a degree, is all heavenly to me.
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    Only introverts or tight-fisted people will agree with you. The ability to learn a subject you love for 3 to 4 years, make a lot of friends and enjoy various experiences with them, and on average get a higher paying job compared to those without a degree, is all heavenly to me.
    I don't like the method of teaching at university. Sitting in 2 hours lectures to then write a 2000 word essay on something that was mentioned on one slide and have to study weeks in advance for one exam. I don't care what subject it is, that would definitely suck the fun out of it for me.
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    Only introverts or tight-fisted people will agree with you. The ability to learn a subject you love for 3 to 4 years, make a lot of friends and enjoy various experiences with them, and on average get a higher paying job compared to those without a degree, is all heavenly to me.
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    (Original post by GovernmentEarner)
    Only introverts or tight-fisted people will agree with you. The ability to learn a subject you love for 3 to 4 years, make a lot of friends and enjoy various experiences with them, and on average get a higher paying job compared to those without a degree, is all heavenly to me.
    6 years in my case
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    (Original post by grl9096)
    I don't like the method of teaching at university. Sitting in 2 hours lectures to then write a 2000 word essay on something that was mentioned on one slide and have to study weeks in advance for one exam. I don't care what subject it is, that would definitely suck the fun out of it for me.
    I also dislike that, but it depends on what uni you go to. The top 2 I'm aiming to get into mostly revolve around very small classes with long discussions trying to bring the best out in you.
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    (Original post by APersonYo)
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    I'm a very strong believer in education, so yes.
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    (Original post by GovernmentEarner)
    I'm a very strong believer in education, so yes.
    I hate my uni

    Im not even an introverted person
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    (Original post by APersonYo)
    I hate my uni

    Im not even an introverted person
    There's a difference between hating YOUR uni and hating uni (which is the thread title)
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    (Original post by APersonYo)
    I hate my uni

    Im not even an introverted person
    thats your uni then not uni in general
 
 
 
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