The very active political atmosphere can often feel overwhealming, especially to students whose hearts do not burn with a great deal of political fire. Booking a room for both lectures, tutorials and societies is difficult and often results in haphazardly moving between whichever rooms are available, often across different campuses. This obviously causes disruption to the timetable and can take students further away from resources. As to be expected from an institution in central London, facilities such as the library and ICT suites can get very crowded. The Registry and administrative services are notoriously poorly organised, often resulting in delays or mistakes in important processes. During my time at the University, for example, I was incorrectly told (on two separate occasions) that I had failed my year of study.