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    Has anyone got any advice for me? I live in birmingham but have accepted an offer at BCU. I dont know whether it is worth living in student accommodation. I previously went to uni of reading but left as I didnt enioy my time there. I dont know whether i should risk livin in halls again but i am worrried about making new friends mostly in freshers week.
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    Hello! You have nothing to worry about, You'll meet so many people at the freshers events and also make friends! So that is not a problem. I understand it's a bit daunting, but I assure you there are a lot of people in the same position as you, just try and have fun!

    About accommodation, I currently am in my second year and I stay in halls. It's really not that bad, the proximity to Uni is a plus, and you get to make friends! So it's a win win!! let me know if you still have concerns.
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    Thanks is for the advice. I think I have decided halls is the best option for me to get the full experience
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    Alright then! Take care and have fun.

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