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I''m currently looking at unis and I''m pretty sure I want to go out of my hometown. However, my parents can be pretty strict and I''m afraid to bring up the topic of universities. I''m pretty sure my parents think I''m staying at home but I really can''t and don''t want to. My brother is going out of london but my parents hold a completely different view on females and males and I really can''t stay at home. Theres too much responsibility placed on me which has been happening for the last few years and this is my first excuse to actually get out of the house. I struggled to even revise throughout AS level exams so I highly doubt I''ll be able to pass uni if Im at home.
Thanks and please help anyone!
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