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    Yeah, same here Darielle. I wrote out that list though, which does make you feel a *bit* more in control!

    Do you know what the deal is with the health interview? I sent off those health forms, but do you have to actually go to see a doctor/nurse for a whole check up thing, or do you only go if they ask you to?
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    I don't know. My friend has even bought a specimin bottle for the urine test, but it says "Only on request", so i'm not sure what that means.
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    woahh....2 days 2 go...cnt w8,last couple of days hav bn hectic...ok wha am i missin,so far iv gt
    laptop
    cutlery
    toiletries
    washing up stuff
    clothes
    i think that about it..what am i missing?
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    (Original post by ricksta007)
    woahh....2 days 2 go...cnt w8,last couple of days hav bn hectic...ok wha am i missin,so far iv gt
    laptop
    cutlery
    toiletries
    washing up stuff
    clothes
    i think that about it..what am i missing?
    You're missing high alcohol content spirits, a must for breaking ice on the first night. :p:
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    Books, music, crappy posters....
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    I currently have 7 boxes full of stuff plus a suitcase so I don't think I should advise anyone on what to pack..
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    Sorry to sound/be so ignorant, but where do we pick our room keys up from? I thought I should try and get organised today but I'm failing miserably it seems. Should it tell me on one of the accomodation letter thingys?:confused:
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    (Original post by lladro)
    Sorry to sound/be so ignorant, but where do we pick our room keys up from? I thought I should try and get organised today but I'm failing miserably it seems. Should it tell me on one of the accomodation letter thingys?:confused:
    Is there something in one of the pdf's on the sheffield website where you log in aobut it?
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    Ah ok, I'll have a look. Ta muchly.
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    I'm sure it tells ya. hmm...... ah yes jus found it. If you sign in online where you accepted yout contract there is a section on key collection.

    It says u actually collect your keys from opal house.
    Saturaday 10.00 - 8.00
    Sunday 10.00 - 6.00
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    I think there is a key collection on or something..

    BUT I AM USELESS. So its not my fault
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    I found the key collection thing, and I'm presuming that you just collect your keys at reception at Opal? But then again I could be wrong too..
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    (Original post by Darielle)
    I currently have 7 boxes full of stuff plus a suitcase so I don't think I should advise anyone on what to pack..
    I have four boxes, a suitcase, two sports bags, and my laptop! Shoes/boots and bags are a pain to pack, they take up so much room, and I don't even have that many.
    Oh, and then I have my duvet and pillows as well!

    FiL, did you ask if we have a lamp in our room? I could have sworn I read somewhere that we do, the same place where it says we have shelves.

    I didn't like the bit that said we may have to supply a urine sample 'upon request'. Then again, rather that than a blood sample. Last time I had that done I fainted, made me feel like a right wuss
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    The stuff I've packed will never fit in my room. I have 5 holdalls, 2 suitcases, a bunch of carrier bags, bedding and shoes.
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    I'm planning on taking loads of lamps- there is probably one there, but it might be one of those horribly flourecent ones that give you a headache. much nicer to have lamps... also remind you of home... if thats what you want! Trying as hard as I can to try and make it seem less like a square box. Getting stressed with everything now!
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    (Original post by brak3n)
    I have four boxes, a suitcase, two sports bags, and my laptop! Shoes/boots and bags are a pain to pack, they take up so much room, and I don't even have that many.
    Oh, and then I have my duvet and pillows as well!

    FiL, did you ask if we have a lamp in our room? I could have sworn I read somewhere that we do, the same place where it says we have shelves.

    I didn't like the bit that said we may have to supply a urine sample 'upon request'. Then again, rather that than a blood sample. Last time I had that done I fainted, made me feel like a right wuss
    I did ask yes, but I'm probably going to take my cool one anyway. But thanks!

    So far I have a suitcase and 2 boxes and a rucksack. But I need to pack my computer stuff still. Which is a lot of boxes.
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    I feel sick with neves today. I was left in the house by myself and was just walking up and down the stairs thinking what I needed to do next... So far I've:
    Ironed all my clothes (not packed them yet)
    Bought most the stuff for my room (not packed them yet)
    Bought kitchen stuff minus a frying pan (these are in a box!)
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    I was so nervous that I err...slept.
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    Are their any large people around who will volunteer to sit on my suitcase while I shut it?
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    I went to the cinema today: Little miss sunshine.

    Tis really good, thoroughly reccomend it Feeling a bit cheerier now too
 
 
 
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