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    How have most of your friendship groups formed?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    How have most of your friendship groups formed?
    Mainly through lectures/tutorials/workshops.

    I find it a lot easier to have conversations with those on my course (Engineering/Computer Science) as we have similar interests/personalities/mannerisms/idiosyncracies compared to arts, humanities, and social sciences.
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    How have most of your friendship groups formed?
    I'd suggest that you'd make most of your friends through your dorm and those that are in the subject you're taking since they're the ones which you'd be in contact the most with. And factor would be how outgoing you are, you are sure to make friends outside of the 2 that I mentioned above if you're energetic and go around the campus more often

    For me it was mainly during lab work and from societies. We didn’t really have ‘workshops’ and of course in lectures you’re busy trying to learn. During group work a lot of students don’t make friends, everyone gets on each others nerves 😂
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