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I've selected quiet accommodation but am now considering changing. I want to socialise, go out etc but also be able to sleep and not have all night parties every night! Worried I will be put in a block with people who prefer to stay in rooms and although I want quieter, I want a mix really. Any help?
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I've selected quiet accommodation but am now considering changing. I want to socialise, go out etc but also be able to sleep and not have all night parties every night! Worried I will be put in a block with people who prefer to stay in rooms and although I want quieter, I want a mix really. Any help?
I have the same exact concern... but have you gotten an offer for accommodation yet?
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I understand your concerns, but making friends with flat mates isn’t the only opportunity to make friends and socialise! When you make friends on your course or in societies you can socialise and party with them at their accommodation and then come home to your quieter accommodation for a good nights sleep. It sounds like the best of both worlds! I suppose on freshers week when you haven’t started your course yet it could be a bit of an issue... but apart from that I’d say don’t worry about it. All the best for whatever you decide to do
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I have the same exact concern... but have you gotten an offer for accommodation yet?
Hi. No I haven't. Changed it from 'quiet' in the end. I hadn't realised there was a list of accommodation that they plan to be 'quiet' and thought that would limit my chances of getting one of my five. Plus the fear of being with people who genuinely want quiet all the time meant that I decided to untick quiet. It's the last day to change it yourself today. Plus I can wear ear plugs 😂
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Hi! I was in ‘quiet’ accomodation and it definitely was not quiet! I don’t think it’s to much of an issue as most people at uni will always be happy to socialise/make friends!
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