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Nt looking forward to gong back to uni. I'm not the biggest fan of uni, I hate the fact we have barely any contact hours and most of the ones we do have are in lectures when you can't even properly socialise with people anyway. Eveyrthing is so isolated and boring and I don't have any desire to do my work any more. I really don't want to go back after the holidays
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(Original post by UWCBee)
Nt looking forward to gong back to uni. I'm not the biggest fan of uni, I hate the fact we have barely any contact hours and most of the ones we do have are in lectures when you can't even properly socialise with people anyway. Eveyrthing is so isolated and boring and I don't have any desire to do my work any more. I really don't want to go back after the holidays
If you really don't want to go back, and have considered all the implications of withdrawing from your course (emotional, financial, finding a replacement tenant for your room etc.), then you still need to go back and talk to someone about the dropping out process.
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Oh ofc, I’m transferring at the end of this year anyway but I just wondered if anyone was in the same boat you know?
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hey, I'm kinda in the same boat as you! I'm in first year living in halls, uni hasn't been what I expected at all, social life hasn't been that great either , although I have made a few friends. I just want to wait till I finish the year to see if I'm 100% certain, maybe second year could be better?. I have spoken to my tutor about transferring also. x
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I completely know what you mean, it’s just such an isolating experience no matter how outgoing you are. I mean if you’re one of the people who like slightly weird and niche social activities then it’s a lot easier but social life is just isolated cause you have so little contact hours and ****
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hey, I'm kinda in the same boat as you! I'm in first year living in halls, uni hasn't been what I expected at all, social life hasn't been that great either , although I have made a few friends. I just want to wait till I finish the year to see if I'm 100% certain, maybe second year could be better?. I have spoken to my tutor about transferring also. x
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