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    I've got to choose either flats of 3-5 or 10-12 or traditional corridor-style halls. What would you guys recommend?
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    (Original post by Riverstar)
    I've got to choose either flats of 3-5 or 10-12 or traditional corridor-style halls. What would you guys recommend?
    Do you like to have somewhere a little more peaceful or are you a big partying person? It depends on how the kitchens are shared too?
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Do you like to have somewhere a little more peaceful or are you a big partying person? It depends on how the kitchens are shared too?
    Kitchens are shared in all. I'm more of a quiet person than a partying type
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    (Original post by Riverstar)
    Kitchens are shared in all. I'm more of a quiet person than a partying type
    I'd go for a flat style halls with less people if you can then
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    I agree. In a small flat you get to know the people you're living with pretty well, which @I found easier as a quiet/introverted person. Also, the more people you share your kitchen with the more likely someone is to f*ck with your food. My boyfriend lived in corridor halls in first year and didn't know most of the people he shared a kitchen with. People were always eating his food and he didn't know who to confront! I definitely prefer the cosy feeling
 
 
 
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