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First term at JM has been a lot of fun and games with only a few issues. My room has no problems, the kitchen is the messy bit! Sharing that space with 13 people can be hard work - you have to share a common appreciation for tidiness ... half a shelf on a fridge is not enough. Wish it had a sofa or common room to chill in, but beds are very comfy so i sleep instead.
Pretty fine so far
My two brothers and I have all stayed in Jack Martin during our first year at Warwick and we have all loved our time here. The people are friendly, the location is great - right next to the SU and the grocery store and near practically all the departments!
Loved the en suite, but Arthur Vick is better for space and social. They only have a smaller kitchen and it's slightly further away.
Very good halls of residence at a very good price.
Overall a good place to live. The guys I met here have become my closest uni friends so that says something about the social side to this place. Kitchen is of good size and 2 ovens and hobs is plenty for 12 people. 1 fridge is a bit more limited, but we got by with it. The kitchen is the only social space for JM, whereas other accommodations have a couple of beanbags etc. Room is small but as a guy with little stuff it was more than big enough. Having an en suite is a luxury but one I really appreciated. I lived in this hall 3 years ago now. At the time it was 30 week @ £131 which made it £3,930 for the year (a bargain in my opinion) and I would recommend at that price. Now at 34 week @ £147 it works out at £4,998. I know inflation and all that but I'm not sure if its worth that.
I think the accommodation has been great in every sense and the luck I have had with my friends has been a big bonus too! Loved it lots!
Possibly the best on campus, although it is one of the pricier options. The people tend to be very active and sociable, which more than makes up for the lack of common rooms. Kitchens act as a communal hub anyway!