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Nicole Fraser, 16, from Aberdeen.<br />
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If you [could] tell the future it would be good wouldn't it? The problem is if it goes completely wrong will we be able to come back. I think England would take us back but you don't know. The politicians should stop speaking in riddles and put it in black and white. It's a shame because it is such a big thing. This thing is going to affect us, it's going to be huge - one way or another it's going to affect everything!<br />
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I'm still on the fence with the referendum, I still have no clue what I'm going to vote. There is information but sometimes you just can't understand it, it's just right over my head. My friends tell me bits and my parents tell me things.<br />
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I'm not at school now and am waiting for college to come through. I'm going to social sciences at college before university to study psychology. I was born and bred in Aberdeen, it is a city with the plenty to do. In my free time I play my PS3 computer game. Mum says ‘it's all you do'. You literally can look away with these real-time games like watching a movie you're part of. Generally from when I wake up to when I go to bed I play during the holidays. I'm awake from 12pm to 3am.<br />
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I wish schools would open the eyes a bit more and help pupils, especially on bullying away. Sometimes if you're a victim of bullying you feel like they're not listening. People have opinions, that's where things happen - as a clash of opinions. I see a lot of 16 year olds are more mature than adults. I am glad they have had the sense to knock down the barrier, I like it though, let kids vote.