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    (Original post by WharfedaleTiger)
    ahhhh... now I know who you are...

    But anyways, Nottingham is fantastic. I love both Nottingham and Birmingham but I think Nottingham just about edges it; Nicer campus and better rock/indie nights. However, Brum is slightly larger and has better shopping. If you doing law then I think Nottinghams course is sightly better overall as well.

    In terms of accomidation, its pretty good. Not sure where the criticism of the rooms comes from if I'm honest, I was in Lincoln last year and it was perfectly good accomidation. It isn't a palace but they're spacious, well kept up and nice. The only reason why people might dislike them, IMO, is that they saw them just after students had been living in them for a year.
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    (Original post by kates:))
    You do? o_0
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    Perhaps, I did a few articals for impact this year and ran for sports editor (lost, damn it.) diving with Scott as well this year.
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    I love the Nottingham campus, but when you're a tour guide on the open days, and walk round it 300 times, it gets boring :P:
 
 
 

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