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    Pretty much what it says in the title, for you guys that are living there what were you experiences?

    Me personally, I can't cook, at all. But I'm willing to learn, also I'll be going back home quite often so I don't want to waste meals if I do catered. At the same time, during exam season I don't want to have the stress of there being no food and what not.

    With bathrooms - for instance, Albion Court - you share 2 bathrooms between 6, is that only 2 toilets, or does each bathroom contain more than one toilet?

    I'm someone that takes quite long in the toilet and have to use it regularly.

    Thanks!
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    Catered is definitely easier for the first year I'd say, the food isn't amazing but it definitely gives you more time to settle in and a situation at dinner time where you'll be able to socialise and meet people when you're still a bit nervous and new . As for room, in catered as far as I know there's a choice between single study, where you share a bathroom with around 5 other people, or en-suite where you share a bathroom with one other person. Since you said you use the toilet regularly I'd say go for en-suite, the bathrooms are much nicer in those too.
 
 
 
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