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    will it be a problem? considering all the freshers around me:confused:

    Any advice?:p:
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    It could get loud...
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    Earplugs?
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    I was in halls for 3rd year, it wasn't too bad.
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    Earplugs?
    why are you saying that?:confused:
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    why are you saying that?:confused:
    Erm what is your problem with going to halls with freshers? From what I hear it is loud and quite an alcoholic experience:p: If this isn't your concern what is? I'm going to halls next year and I wouldn't treat a third year student differently if that is what you are worried about.
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    Erm what is your problem with going to halls with freshers? From what I hear it is loud and quite an alcoholic experience:p: If this isn't your concern what is? I'm going to halls next year and I wouldn't treat a third year student differently if that is what you are worried about.
    you got my point
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    you got my point
    Doubt you would have any problems getting on, after all university involves mixing with different groups of people.
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    Doubt you would have any problems getting on, after all university involves mixing with different groups of people.
    hopefully

    a mate told me that it will be frustrating to say no to a party since you are in your 3rd year (so more work than freshers) I am concerned about being the only one to stay sometimes in the flat on my own while all others freshers are having fun
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    hopefully

    a mate told me that it will be frustrating to say no to a party since you are in your 3rd year (so more work than freshers) I am concerned about being the only one to stay sometimes in the flat on my own while all others freshers are having fun
    I'm pretty sure you'll be fine, after the first month or two the freshers will start running out of money so you may find yourself having company most nights of the week that you aren't out yourself
 
 
 

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