Should I say I'm Extroverted even though I'm not?

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For accommodation, there are options such as you are an outgoing person and extroverted or quiet and reserved.
Even though I have a quiet personality I don't want to end up in a dead flat or halls where noone goes out. Which option do you think I should choose?
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For accommodation, there are options such as you are an outgoing person and extroverted or quiet and reserved.
Even though I have a quiet personality I don't want to end up in a dead flat or halls where noone goes out. Which option do you think I should choose?
It's hard for random people who don't know your true personality to help you decide. Why not ask your friends or something
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For accommodation, there are options such as you are an outgoing person and extroverted or quiet and reserved.
Even though I have a quiet personality I don't want to end up in a dead flat or halls where noone goes out. Which option do you think I should choose?
I would go for quiet - you can always go out with people from your course Nothing worse than being on a flat with noise all the time.
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In my non quiet halls for 1st year we had BB guns being fired, cricket with a dildo as a bat, really loud music all the time, chairs in the roof, knives being thrown at the notice board, broken roof tiles and we went out every 2 days. (That's some examples of the things that happened, eventually I got sick of this lifestyle after 1 year ) Four years later I just want to sit inside with a cup of tea and watch TV/read books and newspapers.
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