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    (Original post by Corky_LFC)
    Sound, I know I'm going to sound like a dope here but what do you lot define has a rah again...
    very public school... think ugg boots, gilet's, pashminas and jack wills
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    (Original post by Superhans121)
    very public school... think ugg boots, gilet's, pashminas and jack wills
    God I definetely aint anything like that oh well
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    (Original post by Superhans121)
    if your worried about meeting people go to catered halls (but not leazes!).
    Are catered halls better for meeting people?

    I thought the best social/party scene was at the non catered halls, like Ricky Road?

    Just wondering
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    (Original post by stainluss)
    Are catered halls better for meeting people?

    I thought the best social/party scene was at the non catered halls, like Ricky Road?

    Just wondering
    At catered halls people from different flats find themselves together in a room every day, so in that sense yes there is a better chance for intermingling. However at Ricky road they have communal kitchens (and bathrooms i think) between several flats, so this helps people socialise with people from other flats.

    In all honesty it depends what you make of it, even in fully self contained flats you can always just walk next door and invite your neighbours over. I know plenty of people who are in flats which have close ties with flats on either side/above/below them. So much so that they just sort of freely wander between them, even if the neighbours aren't in!

    Oh, and to actually answer your question rather than rambling; yes, the general consensus seems to be that Ricky Road is the best for socialising.
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    (Original post by hoonosewot)
    At catered halls people from different flats find themselves together in a room every day, so in that sense yes there is a better chance for intermingling. However at Ricky road they have communal kitchens (and bathrooms i think) between several flats, so this helps people socialise with people from other flats.

    In all honesty it depends what you make of it, even in fully self contained flats you can always just walk next door and invite your neighbours over. I know plenty of people who are in flats which have close ties with flats on either side/above/below them. So much so that they just sort of freely wander between them, even if the neighbours aren't in!

    Oh, and to actually answer your question rather than rambling; yes, the general consensus seems to be that Ricky Road is the best for socialising.
    No, it's self-contained flats. 6 people sharing a kitchen and shower room.

    I think St.Marys was the best accommodation personally. Very high standard, cheap, good mix of students: international and British.
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    (Original post by cats_have_teats)
    No, it's self-contained flats. 6 people sharing a kitchen and shower room.

    I think St.Marys was the best accommodation personally. Very high standard, cheap, good mix of students: international and British.
    My bad, was thinking of the communal kitchens in Leazes for some reason!
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    (Original post by Corky_LFC)
    Sound, I know I'm going to sound like a dope here but what do you lot define has a rah again...
    Rar = 'riches and royalty'

    Basically, private school, mummy and daddy buy everything for me kinda person.

    They seem to take the business / finance courses more than anything else.
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    (Original post by Empire08)
    Rar = 'riches and royalty'

    Basically, private school, mummy and daddy buy everything for me kinda person.

    They seem to take the business / finance courses more than anything else.
    I definetely aint a rah then not a chance
 
 
 
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