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    Hey guys, just wondering what the policy is for bringing a car at uni? Some friends have said you're able to, but others have said you can't, due to parking issues n ting.

    The uni's I've applied to and have offers from are, Exeter, Bath, Cardiff and Sussex.

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    Look it up on their websites yourself
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    (Original post by chrislpp)
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    Look it up on their websites yourself
    Yeah sorry, my bad, I forgot it was illegal to ask anything on TSR.
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    I think at Sussex you only get considered for a parking space if you live off-campus. I know a handful of people who drive in, but I think most don't.
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    (Original post by thecdon)
    Yeah sorry, my bad, I forgot it was illegal to ask anything on TSR.
    It's illegal to pass the buck on something that is so easy for you to find out, this work ethic isn't going to cut it at uni, you need to get your act together if you have a chance at good honours.
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    (Original post by thecdon)
    Yeah sorry, my bad, I forgot it was illegal to ask anything on TSR.
    The fact that you can't simply do some research, IE find a contact which is displayed publicly on the universities website, where you would get the answer straight in plain english, is honestly depressing. All you were ever going to get here at best was more ''yes you can'' ''no you can't'' answers
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    this is asked every week i swear

    1) most uni's will not want you to bring your car
    2) ring them and find out
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    i lolled at the replies to this thread ah man you were owned by that noooooooooooooooooooooob lol bad times
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    I hope you've used the 4 hours since you posted this thread to research this instead of relying on everyone else to do everything for you. Some people...
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    (Original post by Butted)
    I hope you've used the 4 hours since you posted this thread to research this instead of relying on everyone else to do everything for you. Some people...
    This is team based work, we all pitched in.

    IE People like me with the brains and the brawn do most of the work while the dip****s in the group do nothing for months.... and do not get helped by me in any way when it matters then try to say it's my fault they failed at their education when in reality, it is what you take from it, not what is given to you.

    I'm really glad I am enlightened, and I know how pretentious this sounds, but really, I am humble, but some of the twits you come across in this life really can make you realise you're a lifetime ahead.
 
 
 
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