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5 months behind :( - September 2nd 2009, 02:35 PM

well last year i didn't pass the second term of college, so this year i don't go back till january. Cause i passed the first term. So when i have my first day of school, everyone else will already have like 5 months knowing each other and being friends and forming cliches. i'm gonna be the weird new guy. So i'm not gonna enjoy this at all. any suggestions to make my first day any less of a disaster?
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Re: 5 months behind :( - September 10th 2009, 12:09 PM

I've always found college so much easier to talk to people versus high school. Just the people in general are more mature and are more serious in the classroom. Usually I picked up friends by spending time in the tutoring center (a place to get tutored and to work on your school work in a quiet place) with fellow classmates needing help on the same thing.

Also, I'm pretty good at math so I tend to help the people around me and I end up getting to know them pretty well.

I always got close to the people sitting around me just from saying hi every class and asking them how they were. In my case I was sitting next to them for 15 weeks, I might as well get to know them.
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