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I'm considering applying for Chancellors court, holland house, john burnett and then either Baird or Turner but I've heard a lot of bad stuff about Pollock halls at Edinburgh. Is it all true? I want to do catered and I'd rather have an en-suite but im a bit scared of the stuff ive heard about the people in pollock lol.
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No offence but if you have 9k for accom I don't think you need to be worried hahaha
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wouldnt recommend it tbh
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm considering applying for Chancellors court, holland house, john burnett and then either Baird or Turner but I've heard a lot of bad stuff about Pollock halls at Edinburgh. Is it all true? I want to do catered and I'd rather have an en-suite but im a bit scared of the stuff ive heard about the people in pollock lol.
i'm in the same position! i definitely want catered and would prefer en-suite/single but afraid that if i end up in john burnett, i'll be the only one not related to royalty!
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