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    the time will go so fast, definatly 3rd year.
    you can always meet new people, 2nd year i made some great friends who i didnt know in 1st year
    enjoy it, you dont want to be thinking what if.. once its all over.
    that you dont always learn that much about your subject bt do about yourself and life
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    I'll add some more:

    - That you can go in loving your subject from A-level, and come out the other end hating it! (Or in my case, the first two years :p:)
    - That it really doesn't matter if you don't know what you want for a career when you start; loads of people graduate and still don't have a clue.
    - That your parents are awesome! Not only have they paid for three years of tuition fees, housing, feeding you, and will probably have trundled your stuff back and forth a million times, but they do this all without complaining (too much ) - you will truly value them if you don't now
    - That living away from home (if you haven't already) is an eye-opener, you realise how cossetted you've been - start practicing with that iron and washing machine now folks!
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    (Original post by Ad-Alta)
    I'll add some more:

    - That your parents are awesome! Not only have they paid for three years of tuition fees, housing, feeding you, and will probably have trundled your stuff back and forth a million times, but they do this all without complaining (too much ) - you will truly value them if you don't now
    :ditto: how true. one of my motivation to work hard at uni is this really

    - That living away from home (if you haven't already) is an eye-opener, you realise how cossetted you've been - start practicing with that iron and washing machine now folks!
    :ditto: :ditto:
    yeah. :cool:
 
 
 
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