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    Hello,

    I'm only sixteen and I haven't even completed my GCSEs yet.

    I know a lot of people will say "oh, you're young, don't worry about moving yet" and to an extent, that could be advised - but I'd like to be prepared.

    Is it very difficult (financially) for three boys (one a year older than me, one a year older) to rent an apartment in London? We'll all be going to University. I just have no idea what sort of probability there is. We're all intelligent and capable of getting a decent job, I suppose.

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    (Original post by kroziaa)
    Hello,

    I'm only sixteen and I haven't even completed my GCSEs yet.

    I know a lot of people will say "oh, you're young, don't worry about moving yet" and to an extent, that could be advised - but I'd like to be prepared.

    Is it very difficult (financially) for three boys (one a year older than me, one a year older) to rent an apartment in London? We'll all be going to University. I just have no idea what sort of probability there is. We're all intelligent and capable of getting a decent job, I suppose.

    Thank you
    I don't think I would worry about this now. You haven't even seen any universities and it is quite likely that you might find one in another part of the country that you would like to go to?
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    Listen m8 im on 25k a year and i want to live in london/aldgate/near the city ..rent is 2grand a month for one bed flat lol ...i dont wanna anoy you but to even start thinking about living in london , make sure your earning minimum £40,000 annually.
 
 
 
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