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    Hello, I have room 109 on the first floor of sandby, is this a bad decision? should I go for a room higher up?
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    Hello, I have room 109 on the first floor of sandby, is this a bad decision? should I go for a room higher up?
    Hi abinit,

    No that's not a bad decision at all! Can I ask why you think that?

    Thanks,

    Ellen
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    Hi abinit,

    No that's not a bad decision at all! Can I ask why you think that?

    Thanks,

    Ellen
    Purely because of the noise since I would like a nice balance for when I am working and also socializing. That's why I was also looking at private accommodation but decided to go for it to have the experience. I thought it would be better for socializing?

    What do you think?
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    (Original post by abinit)
    Purely because of the noise since I would like a nice balance for when I am working and also socializing. That's why I was also looking at private accommodation but decided to go for it to have the experience. I thought it would be better for socializing?

    What do you think?
    Hi abinit,

    If I am honest, where you are positioned height wise in Sandby won't affect the noise that much. I lived opposite Sandby in first year, and noise was never a huge issue for me. Obviously, during freshers week and a few weeks after it was quite loud, but it soon quietened down once everyone had settled in, and it is usually very quiet during exam season!

    I hope this helps!

    Thanks,

    Ellen
 
 
 
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