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I have been asked by the uni to rank my choice of Hall of residence at Aston for September 2019 out of Mary Sturge, William Murdoch and James Watt. Are some better than others? Thanks
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they're literally all identical/very similar ! James Watt and William Murdoch are next to each other, like 2 mins walk from the SU building, and Mary Sturge is right next to the SU/campus Tesco. would probably recommend James Watt or William Murdoch though as you can meet more people in there i think
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I have been asked by the uni to rank my choice of Hall of residence at Aston for September 2019 out of Mary Sturge, William Murdoch and James Watt. Are some better than others? Thanks
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I ranked mine James, William and Mary! and I think it would be better for you to put James or William first and the other second as you can meet more people!
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only awful thing is none of the kitchens have sofa's it's so annoying ngl
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I ranked mine James, William and Mary! and I think it would be better for you to put James or William first and the other second as you can meet more people!
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