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Have you encountered anyone in uni who didn't go out to party?
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Have you encountered anyone in uni who didn't go out to party?
My cousin! …. (Who then dropped out after a few months )
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Yes, myself.
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Myself. I have nooooooo idea how everyone else had the time to party. My tutor expected everyone on my course to spend 40 hours a week studying whilst also preparing for 2 tests a week. Perhaps my flatmates weren't as busy but by the end of that semester, i had huge dark circles, no colour in my face and probably some extra mental health issues. Most of my day was just writing for hours and I have never burned through entire books so fast in my entire life.

I stg, I thought I was fine at the end of the semester but looking back at a picture of me I looked like i had been in the hospital. Perhaps 40 a week is completely normal for some people but with my time management skills and having to cook and clean everyday and get groceries idk...I'm not equipped.
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Myself. I have nooooooo idea how everyone else had the time to party. My tutor expected everyone on my course to spend 40 hours a week studying whilst also preparing for 2 tests a week. Perhaps my flatmates weren't as busy but by the end of that semester, i had huge dark circles, no colour in my face and probably some extra mental health issues. Most of my day was just writing for hours and I have never burned through entire books so fast in my entire life.

I stg, I thought I was fine at the end of the semester but looking back at a picture of me I looked like i had been in the hospital. Perhaps 40 a week is completely normal for some people but with my time management skills and having to cook and clean everyday and get groceries idk...I'm not equipped.
You summed uni pretty well. I like that😎
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My cousin! …. (Who then dropped out after a few months )
That must be a tough call
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Have you encountered anyone in uni who didn't go out to party?
Depends on the party. my eldest isn't one for clubbing much, but liked when her flat had their own party which happened once a week/ or go out for a meal. The rest of the time was movie nights, game nights as and when. The people had different courses, so it was hard for everyone to get together at once all the time, so they allocated once a week to make an effort to organise something.
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Hi Anonymous
During my studies I have encountered people who didn’t go out to party. One of my flatmates did not enjoy going clubbing very much but instead we found other ways to socialise and other things we could do together eg baking, going out for food, shopping etc. She was still part of university society and still found ways to get involved in university life! I was also part of a society who started doing sober socials during the day to make the society more inclusive to people who did not party! So I definitely think there are ways to get involved in university life if you don’t enjoy partying!
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