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I got another question for everyone going City University:

How long will it take you to get to City Door to door? (I.e. leaving your house/accommodation till City Entrance)....
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I got another question for everyone going City University:

How long will it take you to get to City Door to door? (I.e. leaving your house/accommodation till City Entrance)....
going, on average an hr on the dot... takes me 40 mins coming back...
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going, on average an hr on the dot... takes me 40 mins coming back...

esshhh that long :eek:

Where do you live?
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esshhh that long :eek:

Where do you live?
suburb in north west london
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For me about 50mins - 1hr depending on bus traffic, also takes a 4min walk from Angel to City.
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And I thought it was gonna be like a 10 minute walk or a 20 minute bus ride.....
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And I thought it was gonna be like a 10 minute walk or a 20 minute bus ride.....
you got to bear in mind tht i live at home
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^ oh ok! So you just commute to uni because you don't live on campus?
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You think 40 minutes is long, on average, I take about an hour and a half to get there.
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^ oh ok! So you just commute to uni because you don't live on campus?
yep
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From the Walter Sickert Halls it's about a 30min walk iirc, there is a bus however.

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From the Walter Sickert Halls it's about a 30min walk iirc, there is a bus however.

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did you say walter sickert to northampton square is a 30 min walk? if so, thts just a load of *******s... its less than 10 mins... unless they have moved walter sickerts...
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You think 40 minutes is long, on average, I take about an hour and a half to get there.
I feel for u bro...
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did you say walter sickert to northampton square is a 30 min walk? if so, thts just a load of *******s... its less than 10 mins... unless they have moved walter sickerts...
yeah,thanks kishan, I was told it's 10 mins max.
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From the Walter Sickert Halls it's about a 30min walk iirc, there is a bus however.

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30min walk??? its about 10 min walk tops!!
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Then i must be a real slow walker then. I'd say 20mins max is a more accurate figure.

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Then i must be a real slow walker then. I'd say 20mins max is a more accurate figure.

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from about 30 mins to 20 mins max... you have made an improvement in your walking speed... i think either you using a longer way or havent really walked it...
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is economics any good at city? Also is it taught at the new social sciences building?
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Sorry to cut your question v2006, but can anyone recommend me some books to read before I start my Maths course at city? I.e. is there any pre-course reading material for maths?

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is economics any good at city? Also is it taught at the new social sciences building?
Yes, in the new social sciences building. Surely you should already know that if you are thinking of applying there!?

Speaking of buildings, the Northampton Square site looks like one of those 1960s council estates. certainly in stark contrast to the social sciences building and Cass.
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