Social life after leaving school?Watch
Yes. I did have a small group of friends in sixth form but only kept in contact with two of them. I wasn't a stereotypical sixth former; didn't attend parties or drinking events etc. I wouldn't say university ruined my non-existent social life but rather introduced me to friends I actually want to talk to. I didn't meet them in halls but on the course. University can be really good for introducing you to the party scene - uni students tend to like drinking and partying (or I found in my experience) but I would say don't try to conform just to make friends. There are lots of people at university - you will find somewhere you fit.
Oh right okay. I apologise. There are plenty of paths in life that will give you the experience and social life you want. It doesn't matter whether you go to university - you will find like minded people in lots of places.
I would like to go to university, but my only incentive right now is the social life, but I'm not convinced about whether I'd like the acutal learning and if my grades would be good enough to get in.
If you don't get into university based off of your grades there is always clearing you can go through.
Assessments differ per university so you will likely find a university that matches your study needs.
I’m sure you can get in if you want to ))