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    From your experience.
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    I live with 18 people. Big kitchen, loads of bathrooms always a really sociable pre-lash to be had before nights out.
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    At QMUL it's with any number from 5-11 I believe. 7 felt like just the right amount until they turned out to be either *******s or 1-year students
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    I had 5 other people in my first flat, and 4 in my second, although it often felt like it was just me because no one ever socialised with the others.
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    10. It sounds like a lot but we're like ships passing in the night - nobody sees that much of one another as we're all on different courses and wake/sleep at different times.
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    10 in my flat
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    There are 5 of us overall. We have en-suites so we only share the kitchen.
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    There best be en suites. There is no way I am sharing bathrooms.
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    (Original post by Al0n)
    There best be en suites. There is no way I am sharing bathrooms.
    It varies with universities.
    Personally, there are 5 others in my flat; and we have ensuites.
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    There's eight in mine. Pretty good number!
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    Fourteen, with three toilets and two showers between us.

    Edit: one of the toilets conveniently placed next to the open kitchen (Y)
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    There are seventeen of us in total in mine, two communal bathrooms (first is three toilets, two showers and the second is three showers, two toilets). The kitchen is spacious enough, two ovens, three fridges and three freezers with two cupboards each.

    You'd think seventeen would be a lot and I dreaded it at first, but I ran into someone in the toilet for the first time in weeks today; you never seem to see many people, and there's enough of the facilities to make sure there's never a queue.
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    1 - our halls aren't flats :lolwut: (~600 people in the building though).
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    7 people...2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, 1 big kitchen, 1 big communal area, 1 dining area
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    52 people (2 kitchens 2 bathrooms (4 showers 4 loos)) last term but it was terrible so i moved. Now its 26 people with the same facilities.
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    The first halls I stayed in were not divided into flats, so I guess I lived with 230 people.

    The second halls, I lived with four others.
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    In my block, there are 3 flats and each have a floor of 7 in each of them. Sharing a kitchen as well as 2 toilets and a shower on each floor.
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    I share with 5 other people.
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    There are 8 of us, we all have en-suites, and a large dining room, and a kitchen with 2 cupboards each, 2 fridge/freezers and 2 ovens.
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    Our halls aren't in flats, but there are about 600 people in the building. I share a bathroom with one other person, so i guess I'd say 1..
 
 
 
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