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    Niice, thanks guys. Good ideas here :five:
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    'Motivation deficiency'

    Make it sound clinical - like some disease you can't control :p:
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    was solely not interested in what my teachers had to say ? :P:
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    "Epic cba" sounds more impressive
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    unfocused? :dontknow:
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    All good suggestions, but surely the University will just respond by saying 'why didn't you say something sooner so we could have helped you?'
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    (Original post by Anonymous368)
    Basically I have to explain to my Uni why I failed the year, and honestly it was down to laziness and not attending lectures/classes.
    But how do I rephrase this in another way so it doesn't come across as.. well lazy.

    I can't say I just couldn't be bothered this year, incase they think I won't change and there's nothing stopping me just not attending next year as well. Someone gave me the idea of saying I was "slow to adapt to University life".

    I also need to suggest strategies to overcome this 'problem'. But I'm pretty stumped on that, apart from being monitored to attend lectures... Thanks alot anyone :o:

    Say you procrastinated too much due to your lackadaisical disposition.

    Or you were livin la vida loca? :O
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    Motivationally challenged.

    Its very PC.

    :P
 
 
 
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