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    levbigboss
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    Hi all, I'm sure you've had interesting instances, stories, or encounters that you miss. Tell us


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    Chicen
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    Yes, of course. What I miss most of all is the fun I had in those years. Constant parties, new acquaintances, and lots of interesting and beautiful girls. That's how not to miss it!) Now, it's very difficult to meet someone especially when communicating live. Now that the world fully spends its time in social networks I get acquainted only on the Internet, on the site https://top5hookup.com/be-naughty/ . I wish that in my student days there was such popularity of social networks and internet dating. Otherwise, our college life would have been even brighter and more interesting.
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    MelkiyNekit
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    They werent kidding when they said college will be the best four years of your life. Around friends 24/7. All grinding out school work while also playing hard (at least in my case). Not having to worry about taxes and adult things, taking it one step at a time.Maybe you should take some sort of sabbatical? What is your personal life like, if you even have one? Good relationships/friendships? Maybe you should start considering jumping to a smaller shop where you may have a tangible impact on operations.



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    KenChaidez
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    Yes it was a fun time)))



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    boris.levitski
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    I didn't have time for fun in college. I wanted to finish it as soon as possible so that I could go to university. So I went one year a level to Oxford Cherwell College and devoted all my time to teaching. I may have lost something from my student life, but I am sure that I can make up for it when I enter the university on a regular full-time form of study and will no longer devote all my time and energy to study so hard)



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    KenChaidez
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    I think that one year is not enough to become a professional in anything, but I will study this topic, thanks for the link.



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    Kathleenjackle
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    Many people cherish memories from their childhood, such as playing with friends, family vacations, or favorite toys and games. Graduations, promotions, or personal milestones like getting married or having a child can be significant moments that people often look back on with nostalgia and also get research they conducted there. Accomplishments such as completing a challenging project, winning a competition, or overcoming obstacles can create a sense of pride and fulfillment. Serendipitous encounters: Random encounters or chance meetings with interesting people can sometimes leave a lasting impact and become memorable experiences.



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    mlomani
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

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    JacksonRider
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    Ah, the student life!



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    JudyHernandez
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    Re: Do You Miss Being A Student?

    It definitely has its ups and downs. When it comes to tackling stress, have you considered exploring resources offered by CT prep schools? They might have some helpful tools and support systems to ease the pressure. Hang in there!






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