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    I couldn't see the unofficial markscheme for my P7 exam without an account.. now I'm a regular in the Cambridge applicants thread and studying for my A-Levels
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    I joined in February 2012 when I was in year 10. Not a time in my life I would like to repeat. Not I'm in the final year of my degree. Nearly 6 years have passed.
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    (Original post by izpenguin)
    I joined in February 2012 when I was in year 10. Not a time in my life I would like to repeat. Not I'm in the final year of my degree. Nearly 6 years have passed.
    Do you feel like university caused you to flourish?
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    Then I was 18 and at Uni. Now 27, married to the love of my life, mum to two children and have a part-time job.
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    (Original post by JindleBrey)
    I think I was 16 at the time. I used to be really skinny, said I would never drink alcohol and was just a wet blanket in general.

    Now I have gains, love the sesh in all its beautiful and many forms, and put the stud in student room. I also have a degree and am writing a novel.

    How have you changed?
    I got semi-permanently banned from TSR. So whenever i tried to make a account, the mods would delete it by presumably following my IP address, they also chucked in email verification to make sure i didn't continue to troll using fake emails...

    Now I'm back all rule-abiding. The reason i joined - i got bored and remembered TSR still existed.

    Where was I at the time? In my room.

    (Mods if you're reading this and remember me - just know that I'm a good TSRian now *thumbs up*)
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    When I first joined TSR I liked white girls a lot but they never found us Orientals guys attractive.

    Seven years later and now they still don’t find us attractive. :sad:
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    Ooh good thread! I was about 17 and applying for temporary jobs over Christmas. Now I'm 20 and I'm in uni studying animation
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    i was 15, GCSE level
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    I was at home. Now I'm at uni.

    Enthralling times.
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    Then: Loser

    Now: Loser (You expected something different, didn't you?)
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    (Original post by Retired_Messiah)
    I was at home. Now I'm at uni.

    Enthralling times.
    Out of curiosity, what are you studying?
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    (Original post by Black Water)
    Out of curiosity, what are you studying?
    Philosophy. For the job prospects ofc. Scottish uni tho so they're letting me do theology and classics with it for 2 years for no reason at all. Scotland's fun.
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    I had just started year 11 and was looking for help/motivation. Now I'm doing my masters and procrastinating :lol:
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    a lot better at getting work done
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    I was worried about getting decent results in my GCSEs, was being badly bullied in school and had quite low self-esteem.

    Now, I'm in my final year of Law at UCL (my dream university and course at 16) and I'm on my way to a 1st. I barely remember the names of the people who bullied me (most of them are unemployed) and I have a loving and supportive range of university friends. Dreams do come true.
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    I joined ten days after I turned sixteen. I was in year 11 and still relatively new to the UK. I was not good at talking to people in general and spent most of my time online.

    Now, I am turning nineteen in nine days and I am in my first year of university. I am used to the UK (two years can easily do that), have a bit of work experience, and people often say I make friends easily nowadays. I still spend a lot of time online, but I remember to concentrate on my real life most of all. :yep:
 
 
 
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