Have your say: Eight things to look out for in a student house

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Living in halls when you're a fresher can be great fun – but most students look at a shared house in the second year.

But it pays to be cautious when looking for a shared house, you don’t want to get stuck in a dump with the wrong crowd.

Here are some key things to consider as you prepare for life in your own house.


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I am confused right. Next year I will be going to university and I would like to go outside London. But I am afraid because I am trying to runaway from all the negativities, emotional abuse, financial and intellectual abuse from my family.Your experiences sounds scary for me.
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What should I do since I am just 19 turning 20 soon. If I go outside London away from them, am I going to be more exposed to the society
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