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One of the qualities for new hall is that 21 plus 'mature students' go to this halls and I will be a first year into the social side will I still fit in fine at new halls? Thank you for your help
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One of the qualities for new hall is that 21 plus 'mature students' go to this halls and I will be a first year into the social side will I still fit in fine at new halls? Thank you for your help
I don't actually go to Nottingham yet (I'm an applicant for Sep 2014) but I don't see why you wouldn't fit in. You are bound to have someone else your age in whichever hall you apply to. Besides, when my brother was at uni he found the mature student on his course the most friendly!!

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One of the qualities for new hall is that 21 plus 'mature students' go to this halls and I will be a first year into the social side will I still fit in fine at new halls? Thank you for your help
There were 'mature students' in my halls in first year and they fitted in just fine. Students are a diverse bunch and you'd be very unlikely to find nobody in your halls that you relate with!
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