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post #31 of 34 (permalink) Old 01-31-2012, 03:09 PM
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Re: Need help with choosing a school! HELP!

the closer one, unless the traveling time is well usable for homework and you are a person that can nd will use it that way.
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If any of you is curious this is the map

Further school:
Near school:

The difference in distance is pretty obvious.
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LittleGloves go to the nearer school! That distance is terrible! You would be spending too much of your time traveling!

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Originally Posted by Har-Tru View Post
Commuting time doesn't necessarily have to be wasted time, especially if you're using public transport. I don't think I would have read all the novels I've read in the past two years if I worked right next to my house.
Yeah but I can't read on a moving vehicle such as a bus or a car as I will get car sick, so the amount of time that I spend on public transport is definitely wasted time.

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