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20 Times University Was Just a Bit Too Much For You

If you’ve been to university, you’ll know that sometimes it can feel like you just weren’t cut out for it.

1. When you grossly overestimated your ability to live independently away from home.

2. When you heard people talking about finally finding themselves at uni while you were just there like:

3. And when doing any and all kinds of research-based assignments felt like something you didn’t sign up for.

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4. When you couldn’t decide which modules to take because you didn’t really like the sound of any of them.

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5. Or when someone asked how the course was going in general.

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6. When you went to a lecture and felt like the only one who didn’t understand anything.

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7. Or when you did go, wrote some notes, but later realised the notes don’t make any sense.

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8. When you used up all your printing credits by sending your essay to the wrong printer.

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9. And then found loads of typos in it anyway.

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10. When you went to the library to work but forgot your charger and your laptop was almost dead.

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11. Or when you could only ever be bothered to read the paragraphs that had already been underlined in books.

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12. When you knew how little time you had left to a deadline but you let that next Netflix episode start anyway.

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13. When you spent loads of money on a food shop but then ordered another Domino’s.

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14. When this was you AF in every single seminar.

15. And in every 9am lecture.

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16. When you planned loads of stuff to do in the holidays because you kept forgetting how many essays you’d have to do.

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17. And then left them all to the last minute because you’d rather struggle than make life easier.

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18. When you got to an exam and immediately tried to come up with a valid reason for not knowing what you’re doing.

19. And when thinking about the future was legit not an option for you.

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20. Because university basically reduced you to this: