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16 Times University Really Made You Miss Being at School

Because school was so much easier.

1. When you first got there and had no clue what to do without supervision.

Where am I supposed to be? How am I supposed to get there? Where’s my timetable? WHY IS NOBODY TELLING ME WHAT TO DO!?

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2. And you genuinely felt like you wouldn’t survive Fresher’s Week.

Why am I hungover on a Tuesday?

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3. Whenever you were ill but staying home wasn’t the same because there was no one there to look after you.

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4. And when you realised this harsh reality.

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5. When you either didn’t have enough to do.

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6. Or you had so much to do you didn’t even know where to begin.

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7. And there weren’t anywhere near enough people to keep you in check.

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8. But you had more than enough ensuring you continued to ignore your responsibilities.

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9. Whenever it came to cooking for yourself.

No hot-food-on-the-table-when-you-come-through-the-door after class.

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10. Or when anything went wrong. No matter how small.

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11. When you thought back to how much better you were at handling early starts.

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12. And long days, five days a week.

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13. When you realised how easy it is to get distracted at uni.

Maybe the fact that your school blocked pretty much every website other than Wikipedia was a good thing after all.

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14. And how much more intelligent you felt at school than you do now.

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15. When you didn’t have two separate groups of friends that you were loathe to bring together.

Is it wise to mix uni friends with home friends?

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16. But most of all, when you realised that you could no longer ignore adulthood like you could before.

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