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I'm about to apply for accommodation but can't decide between a 6 person apartment in wimberry or an 8/10 one in windgather. What are the pros/cons of each and is more or less people in a flat better? I'm hoping to study medicine and the 8 person flat in windgather has 2 med students - any advice on whether to live with people on the same course?
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I was in an 11 person flat in windgather last year and there was one other medicine student in my flat (i also do medicine) and it was nice to have someone on the same course as me who I could talk to and walk to lectures with. We are still friends now and the only person I still talk to from my flat. I didn't really have too many problems with being in a large flat - the only thing was the kitchen was always a mess but I think that's probably the case whatever size flat you go for!
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I was in an 11 person flat in windgather last year and there was one other medicine student in my flat (i also do medicine) and it was nice to have someone on the same course as me who I could talk to and walk to lectures with. We are still friends now and the only person I still talk to from my flat. I didn't really have too many problems with being in a large flat - the only thing was the kitchen was always a mess but I think that's probably the case whatever size flat you go for!
Thank you! I'm fairly sociable but missed out on accommodation at endcliffe? Is ranmoor really that quiet?
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Thank you! I'm fairly sociable but missed out on accommodation at endcliffe? Is ranmoor really that quiet?
I wouldn't say it was really quiet - it's just not as lively as endcliffe and it's smaller as well. There was still lots of socialising happening in ranmoor though, so I wouldn't worry too much. You will most likely make friends who are in endcliffe so you could socialise over in endcliffe with them
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