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    I've firmed to do Law with Business my first choice accommodation in
    sGreenbank D&R because I know quite a few people in Liverpool who think the student villages are far more sociable than the on campus accommodation, but if you aren't mad on parties then probably best not going there! Also it's fairly cheap for accommodation and isn't too far out of the city, so yeah that's for me!
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    (Original post by Andyy Jones)
    I've firmed to do Law with Business my first choice accommodation in
    sGreenbank D&R because I know quite a few people in Liverpool who think the student villages are far more sociable than the on campus accommodation, but if you aren't mad on parties then probably best not going there! Also it's fairly cheap for accommodation and isn't too far out of the city, so yeah that's for me!
    Judging by the amount of law students, it seems that they gave offers to everyone who applied

    Hmm, very keen on partying? I seem to be one of those few, boring specimen who's intentions are to study, do other activities and avoid drinking for the most part. Oh well.
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    (Original post by NeonNems)
    Judging by the amount of law students, it seems that they gave offers to everyone who applied

    Hmm, very keen on partying? I seem to be one of those few, boring specimen who's intentions are to study, do other activities and avoid drinking for the most part. Oh well.
    I'm not implying in the slightest that my only intention is to drink and party, I don't think I would've been offered a place on the course if I was that kind of person. What I meant when I said that was I've heard the villages are generally more sociable and louder than the on-campus accommodation so It isn't suited to all. Where people go is their decision, I just think the villages would suit me better personally and what I've heard has persuaded me to go there.
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    (Original post by Andyy Jones)
    I'm not implying in the slightest that my only intention is to drink and party, I don't think I would've been offered a place on the course if I was that kind of person. What I meant when I said that was I've heard the villages are generally more sociable and louder than the on-campus accommodation so It isn't suited to all. Where people go is their decision, I just think the villages would suit me better personally and what I've heard has persuaded me to go there.
    Lets face it though, first year of uni we all have to do our fair share of drinking and partying! With any luck freshers will be that crazy that everyone gets off their barnet.
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    (Original post by Andyy Jones)
    I'm not implying in the slightest that my only intention is to drink and party, I don't think I would've been offered a place on the course if I was that kind of person. What I meant when I said that was I've heard the villages are generally more sociable and louder than the on-campus accommodation so It isn't suited to all. Where people go is their decision, I just think the villages would suit me better personally and what I've heard has persuaded me to go there.
    Don't you worry, it was not implied anywhere in your post that it was.
    I've seen a plentiful amount of students who's intentions are to nibble on ice all year and drink their money away, which is why I asked.
    Naturally, I wouldn't think that law students would apply for such a course if they didn't take it at least slightly seriously, but hey.. to each their own.
    Whether or not you would have been offered a place if you were that kind of person is another matter entirely
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    I've firmed Liverpool to do psychology my accomadation choices are Liberty Prospect Point, Opal Court, Derby and Rathbone, all of which are self catered. I'm terrified about the whole thing
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    Totally misread the title of this and didn't realise it was aimed at just law students, my bad.


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    Seems like there are alot of people on my course
    YAY hopefully it will be fun!! firmed liverpool law aswell.
    saw the thread..now fingers crossed about getting the grades
    i picked vine court it looks soo pretty on the website..and i REFUSE to share a bathroom
    xx
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    Also put Liverpool as firm for Law! One of the only guys doing it though by the looks of things
    Went solely for on-campus accomodation (lazy): Prospect Point, Vine court and Opal court (:
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    (Original post by Calb94)
    I've firmed Liverpool to do psychology my accomadation choices are Liberty Prospect Point, Opal Court, Derby and Rathbone, all of which are self catered. I'm terrified about the whole thing
    (Original post by Calb94)
    Totally misread the title of this and didn't realise it was aimed at just law students, my bad.

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    Haha that's ok at least you've picked the right University Two of my choices are the same, just wasn't feeling Derby and Rathbone! I'm terrified too, all of my options are proving really popular ! I guess that if they didn't think they could cater for everyone they would ask us to pick more options..
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    (Original post by rory1308)
    Also put Liverpool as firm for Law! One of the only guys doing it though by the looks of things
    Went solely for on-campus accomodation (lazy): Prospect Point, Vine court and Opal court (:
    Exact same choices as me!! Great minds thinking alike here :')
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    (Original post by SarahBeasley)
    Exact same choices as me!! Great minds thinking alike here :')

    yess indeed! best looking accomodation imo. cannot wait to get these exams out the way and look forward to uni now!
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    Same!! Mine start next week determined to make this summer extra awesome to make up for it :')

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    (Original post by SarahBeasley)
    Same!! Mine start next week determined to make this summer extra awesome to make up for it :')

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    How many exams have you got? Are you doing Law?
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    Four which I don't think is too bad! Two of them are law yeah

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    Law04 is literally the only exam I am ready for.
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    (Original post by -Nathan)
    Law04 is literally the only exam I am ready for.
    I feel your pain.
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    (Original post by SarahBeasley)
    Four which I don't think is too bad! Two of them are law yeah

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    That's not too bad! Is it AQA?
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    Nahh I know not compared to the kids with like 8 yes it is aqa, law 04 is my last a level exam

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    (Original post by SarahBeasley)
    Nahh I know not compared to the kids with like 8 yes it is aqa, law 04 is my last a level exam

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    Yeah exactly, I could not handle that! Same! Can not wait for 11:01 on the 14th June!
 
 
 
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