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    Just curious to see if people still do or not?
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    (Original post by iBMRjS)
    Just curious to see if people still do or not?
    I don't.

    I'm sure plenty of first-years and non-medics do though, otherwise clubs will be out of business :ahee:
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    I did a few times in first year but not the night before any big exams, only once for a practical. Some people go out the night before exams but I had too much to cram to take those kinds of risks.
    Second and third year I don't think I went on any nights out during exams. Some of my mates did because they only had one or two quite spaced out but I've always had around 5 each exam period. Generally though, everyone's kind of busy doing their own thing and got exams at different times so it's not easy to organise nights out.
    If your exams are spaced out it's perfectly fine to go clubbing, especially if you're not someone who revises at night anyway. Not always worth it though because there'll always be nights out but only one chance to get a good mark in your exam (resits are capped at 40).
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    Some do, some don't

    I went to concerts in the middle of exams in both first and second year :music:
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    (Original post by iBMRjS)
    Just curious to see if people still do or not?
    Depends on the student and course. By go out, then I think people are less likely to go out clubbing, but they might nip down to the local pub for an hour and just before closing to chill out. Your studies and revision are your responsibility though and most people take it seriously . Not surprising as they are paying thousands and are more likely to be decent students that know the drill.
 
 
 
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