How do universities allocate people to flats. I've heard that on your application they ask you personality questions, is this true?
I know that they ask about same sex/mixed flats and smoking/non smoking and after that do they just fill the flats based on these answers and hope people get along.
I was just wondering, thanks for any help.
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How do uni's group people into flats at Halls? watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-01-2010 22:35
- 13-01-2010 22:42
Some ask lots of personal questions, some don't. Sometimes its random, depends on the uni. I advise you contact unis
- 13-01-2010 22:48
Some places will ask things like whether you stay up late/get up early, and whether you like drinking a lot I think, as particularly the former is pretty important. (I'm fairly sure they ask it at Durham where, at some colleges, you may have to share a room).