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Hey, I'm a year 12 student and looking to progress on to uni. The universities I'm interested in applying to are all very far from home so I will most likely be staying in university accommodation. I have heard some stories suggesting that life in accommodation is full of alcoholism, drugs and sex. As a good child of god this isn't exactly the ideal environment for me, so I was wondering how true that is or is it more to do with who you decide associate yourself with?
if anyone has any experience or information regarding this that would be very helpful.
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(Original post by huzayfad)
Hey, I'm a year 12 student and looking to progress on to uni. The universities I'm interested in applying to are all very far from home so I will most likely be staying in university accommodation. I have heard some stories suggesting that life in accommodation is full of alcoholism, drugs and sex. As a good child of god this isn't exactly the ideal environment for me, so I was wondering how true that is or is it more to do with who you decide associate yourself with?
if anyone has any experience or information regarding this that would be very helpful.
Thanks
Well at the moment there’s none of that believe me!
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Well at the moment there’s none of that believe me!
The amounts of covid-19 cases are arguably worse than the issues mentioned in my question. It's crazy, manchester metro uni had over 100 cases!
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The amounts of covid-19 cases are arguably worse than the issues mentioned in my question. It's crazy, manchester metro uni had over 100 cases!
Yeah, several of my friends will just be commuting this year. About the issues you mentioned, of course it depends but it’s never that crazy. If you don’t drink then it may be a little harder at freshers but honestly nights out are super fun even if you don’t drink so much
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Yeah, several of my friends will just be commuting this year. About the issues you mentioned, of course it depends but it’s never that crazy. If you don’t drink then it may be a little harder at freshers but honestly nights out are super fun even if you don’t drink so much
Cool, thanks man
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Well at the moment there’s none of that believe me!
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Ikr, I’m starting to question why the unis encouraged us to move back when everything is online lol
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