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The Student Timeline: A Levels to the End of First Year in GIFs


Exeposé Comment run you through how you might have spent your first year at University. Keep an eye out for future student timelines in the coming days.

When you’re rejected from Oxbridge:

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You didn’t want to go anyway, remember?

But when you get the grades to come to Exeter:

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OK, maybe not that excited. Pretty pleased though.

Worrying that you’re definitely going to be the most stupid person here.

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If he was in your halls, you’d know you were fine.

Awkwardly meeting your housemates for the first time.

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Why am I shaking hands with these people anyway. Normal friends don’t do that.

Your first night out:

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Fosters really is that bad.

Then you learn you have to do an essay in first term.

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But….but…I only just got here!

What on earth is BART?

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Turns out it’s got absolutely nothing to do with this guy.

55 becomes a bit of a shock since you always got 80% or more at high school.

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Until you remember you forgot a bibliography.


While you’re at home during Christmas:

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Shooting at a wall is much more fun than revising


 But then, you get back and it’s exam time far too quickly.

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Exams that close to Christmas should be banned.

The race to get on the last train back from Exmouth on that one sunny day of the year:

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That’s not actually Exmouth in case you were wondering

You’ve passed the year with 47. First year doesn’t count anyway.

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I’ll work harder next year


Keep an eye out for the next edition, The Student Timeline for a second year, in the coming days.

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