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    (Original post by charisxena)
    Probably Nicholson Hall (likely the bungalows) though I have my eye on taylor court. Thing is the rent seems really expensive for simply paying a premium for your own bathroom. What period/type of history did you study? (if you don't mind me asking!). I completely agree that Economics is interesting, sometimes it baffles me how anyone can find it boring

    Do you prefer micro or macro?
    Tbh they are all quite good. Even Ferens, which was the worst one last year, is getting done up over summer so that will be the newest. Yeah it is expensive but I shared last year and an en suite seems like quite a nice idea. It was a very wide mix really. From things like the vikings and the crusades through to communism and fascism in the 20th century.

    I'm not sure tbh, they are both good, but I think I will have to be boring and go with macro along with most other people :P
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    Adult Nursing! Anyone stopping in Taylor court flats??
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    (Original post by mJoshP)
    Tbh they are all quite good. Even Ferens, which was the worst one last year, is getting done up over summer so that will be the newest. Yeah it is expensive but I shared last year and an en suite seems like quite a nice idea. It was a very wide mix really. From things like the vikings and the crusades through to communism and fascism in the 20th century.

    I'm not sure tbh, they are both good, but I think I will have to be boring and go with macro along with most other people :P
    I think mainly I'm looking at price, not particularly bothered about much else, as long as it's liveable! Did you study the three dictators (in 20th century)?

    Aww what! micro is much more interesting though I can see why it's off-puuting cause of all the 'marginal revenue/cost' stuff.
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    (Original post by mJoshP)
    Tbh they are all quite good. Even Ferens, which was the worst one last year, is getting done up over summer so that will be the newest. Yeah it is expensive but I shared last year and an en suite seems like quite a nice idea. It was a very wide mix really. From things like the vikings and the crusades through to communism and fascism in the 20th century.

    I'm not sure tbh, they are both good, but I think I will have to be boring and go with macro along with most other people :P
    (Original post by charisxena)
    I think mainly I'm looking at price, not particularly bothered about much else, as long as it's liveable! Did you study the three dictators (in 20th century)?

    Aww what! micro is much more interesting though I can see why it's off-puuting cause of all the 'marginal revenue/cost' stuff.
    My boyfriend studies economics at hull :-) I'm starting my secondary PGCE there in September.

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    (Original post by charisxena)
    Fellow Economics student here! how do you know where you're living already?
    Also and Business Eco student! Lawns or Thwaite.
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    My boyfriend studies economics at hull :-) I'm starting my secondary PGCE there in September.

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    (Original post by charisxena)
    I think mainly I'm looking at price, not particularly bothered about much else, as long as it's liveable! Did you study the three dictators (in 20th century)?

    Aww what! micro is much more interesting though I can see why it's off-puuting cause of all the 'marginal revenue/cost' stuff.
    Oh nice does he like it? or complain a lot? haha. what are you doing it in? or is it across a range of subjects?

    yeah, i survived in pretty poor accommodation last year. Yeah we did! that area of history is definitely what I find most interesting. Yeah tbh it is all good in my opinion :P really looking forward to starting there (again) now haha
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    (Original post by mJoshP)
    Oh nice does he like it? or complain a lot? haha. what are you doing it in? or is it across a range of subjects?
    He really enjoys the macro side, hates economic analysis!
    I'm doing Secondary Science with a chemistry specialism whilst he does his third year (he took a year out for an industrial placement... which he strongly recommends doing!)
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    (Original post by Billton)
    He really enjoys the macro side, hates economic analysis!
    I'm doing Secondary Science with a chemistry specialism whilst he does his third year (he took a year out for an industrial placement... which he strongly recommends doing!)
    Oh no no no, haha that sounds wayyyy too sciency for me :L yeah I have heard the industrial placements are really good
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    CompSci.

    I should probably start trying to sort out accommodation...
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    Firmed Hull for BPLS, don't really know which accommodation to go for though :/
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    ^ To all those considering accom- the houses are really good and quite cheap, if you don't mind cooking your own food. You get a much larger room for your money.
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