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marylson_cariata
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Does working desks for working on take up a lot of space in accomodations and is it useful having them anyway?
Do you find that the desks should be multi-purpose instead of just for working?
What problems do you find with university desks and what do you like about them?
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Does working desks for working on take up a lot of space in accomodations and is it useful having them anyway?
Do you find that the desks should be multi-purpose instead of just for working?
What problems do you find with university desks and what do you like about them?
Long and short answers will be accepted.
Thanks.
Hi Marylson-cariata

The answers here are probably going to be very subjective. For me, all I needed while at university was a small desk as I very rarely did work at home, except for proofreading and final editing of work. I preferred to keep my room as a space to relax and keep work in the library. This system worked for me and I did very well and both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

However, I know many people who do their best work while at home so they needed a bigger desk for that purpose. I would say have a think how best you learn and go from there.

Hope this helped,
Dom :bhangra:
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Thanks for the advice, helped a lot
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