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Anyone else finding this?
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Anyone else finding this?
I agree this is probably true, but I'd say it's tough to make friends on any PGCE. You're in placement schools with maybe one other person for most of the year, and it's very busy, so it's often not the sort of course where you make lots of friends.

Without wishing to sound like a ****, the PGCE is a professional course, it's nice to make friends during it, but you shouldn't assume this will be the case.

If you are in a new area and looking to meet people, I'd suggest trying uni societies or picking up a hobby- but I know your time/energy for this will be low!
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I didn't have time to make friends on pgce. Wait till you get you're first job and focus on your studies.
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