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    Even though uni is 2 years away for me, I cant help wondering how the social groups are formed when you start uni. Is it based on the course you do or the people who are in your halls of residence? Because id imagine that if your group of friends are all on dfferent courses, that would make some dificulties.
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    You meet friends in all different places.
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    just dont worry, it will be like the first day at secondary or the first day at the summer kids club when u was 6 years old.
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    ill let u know in about a month (Y)
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    (Original post by just say hello)
    just dont worry, it will be like the first day at secondary or the first day at the summer kids club when u was 6 years old.
    I got stabbed in the foot with a rusty nail by some crazed 5 year old at kids club :woo:
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    (Original post by MR.PINK)
    ill let u know in about a month (Y)
    I think you should do a freshers blog about it
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    (Original post by wombat678)
    I think you should do a freshers blog about it
    haha, if i sober up half way thought the week :p:
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    (Original post by wombat678)
    Even though uni is 2 years away for me, I cant help wondering how the social groups are formed when you start uni. Is it based on the course you do or the people who are in your halls of residence? Because id imagine that if your group of friends are all on dfferent courses, that would make some dificulties.
    you meet friends everywhere, once you hit uni you don't get that, this and them feel like at school, i go over more with some of the people i used to live with in halls, 14 of us to a flat in halls, only reason i go out with a few more cos i'm living with 4 of them, and you just meet other people, on your course, different course, its different from school where most people keep to their own social group, as you end up talk to anyone
 
 
 

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