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    I'm doing A2's and I need to find a good place out of my house that is open until late. The only place that I can think of is the British Library, but every time I go, it's so packed that there is no where to go, and the reader's rooms are restricted to members only. (I can't apply for a membership). Does anyone have any recommendations?
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    Why can't you apply for membership? Big libraries will be busy, but local libraries are (IMO) the best and most quiet places to study. Have a look here to find your nearest libraries: http://www.findalibrary.org.uk/#Start

    Google Campus, V&A National Art Library and Bishopsgate Library are all good places. Also some bookshops are nice places to study.
 
 
 
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