Twitter users are sharing their most unconventional uni advice
Your parents and teachers will probably have plenty of advice for when you start uni.
They'll probably tell you not to get too drunk during freshers, and teach you how to make a few different meals so you don't die or get scurvy.
The real advice you want to take, though, is from people who have been there and done that. Thankfully the grads and current students of Twitter have come to your aid and given you their best, most useful advice for going to university.
#UniAdvice spend your student finance wisely. Gucci flip-flops, LV bag, Balenciagas, Versace robe. That's all you need to pass first year— rain (@champagnesaraa) August 17, 2017
#UniAdvice dont do Ciroc boys at every rave with that loan money, you’ll be eating cereal with a fork and pouring the milk back in— Freshers 17 (@takeoverldn) August 17, 2017
#UniAdvice if you hear "I don't have data" when it's time for uber fair split, just close the app and wait until people want to be serious— JNR🇬🇭 (@YourBoyFreddy) August 17, 2017
#Uniadvice don't fall for an international student, you be catching feelings he be catching flights— soda 📎 (@saudxhh) August 18, 2017
Pretend you're a vegan so when chicken goes missing from your flat mates fridge no one suspects you #UniAdvice— S4IF 🐺 (@S4IFF) August 17, 2017
To be fair, these mostly seem like genuinely solid pieces of advice, even if they're a bit tragic and ridiculous.
However, one thing's for sure. Don't get yourself embroiled in the housemate food wars. All buy your own, or start a kitty for butter, milk, cooking oil, and all the other basics. You'd be surprised at the resentment that a few stolen drops of milk in your tea can create.
It's definitely not worth getting dirty looks for the rest of the year over.