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Barts and The London Applicants 2012

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    7.98%
    420 (AAAaor equiv)
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    6.38%
    440 (AAAC or equiv)
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    460 (AAAB / A*A*AAa or equiv)
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    480 (AAAA / A*A*A*a or equiv)
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    500 (A*AAA) or equiv
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    520 (A*A*AA or equiv)
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    540 (A*A*A*A or equiv)
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    560 (A*A*A*A* or equiv) or higher.
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    (Original post by Tripo)
    tbh a lot of people knew that it was 9 grande but most seemed to think that because they haven't taken out loans for their first degree meant that they were entitled to loans this time but this turned out to be not the case. The words the women used were"it looks very bleak", tbh even I'm started to have doubts, barts is incredible but the GEP finance is just lightyears ahead.


    and to digitalis, i was surprised by the amount of hotties too.
    You got a GEP offer? Take it.
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    (Original post by MuffinMonster)
    I swear the course starts in 2012, not 2013 unless you're finishing your degree first?
    Yeah my offer is conditional on my finishing my degree and getting a 2:1. So I'll see you at Barts, you'll just be the 2nd years torturing me during Tables.

    (Original post by Tripo)
    tbh a lot of people knew that it was 9 grande but most seemed to think that because they haven't taken out loans for their first degree meant that they were entitled to loans this time but this turned out to be not the case. The words the women used were"it looks very bleak", tbh even I'm started to have doubts, barts is incredible but the GEP finance is just lightyears ahead.
    If I had a GEP offer, then I would take it. I love Barts but I've only got enough for the first year's tuition so I've gotta sort out year 2,3 and 4. I'll take the offer but I know it's going to be hard work to get the money.
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    (Original post by Future Doc)
    Yeah my offer is conditional on my finishing my degree and getting a 2:1. So I'll see you at Barts, you'll just be the 2nd years torturing me during Tables.



    If I had a GEP offer, then I would take it. I love Barts but I've only got enough for the first year's tuition so I've gotta sort out year 2,3 and 4. I'll take the offer but I know it's going to be hard work to get the money.
    Would you take a part time job?
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    I. LOVE. JEEVES. That sexy confidence, the articulation, the passion................
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Some hotties amongst your cohort today.
    I expected nothing less
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    (Original post by MuffinMonster)
    Would you take a part time job?
    Its difficult because I need money but I know my job at Spoons is affecting my current degree and medicine is going to be so much more intense. I need a job that requires less input for more output. I might focus on my shares more or something.
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    (Original post by Lauren975)
    I. LOVE. JEEVES. That sexy confidence, the articulation, the passion................
    Much like (almost) every woman in that room
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    Helloo guys! May I ask if there is a facebook group for 2012 successful med applicants to join? Cheerios.
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    (Original post by Lauren975)
    I. LOVE. JEEVES. That sexy confidence, the articulation, the passion................
    Well spotted! Naturally, all ex-Presidents of the Barts and the London Student Association are just like him
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    This thread has slowed down considerably since offers/rejections have finished i guess thats what should be expected....
    Anyone who's firming know what accommodation they are going for yet???
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    (Original post by andyeverest)
    This thread has slowed down considerably since offers/rejections have finished i guess thats what should be expected....
    Anyone who's firming know what accommodation they are going for yet???
    Hi - going to the post offer day on 2 April and hoping that may help me decide! Dawson and Mile End look most favourable at the moment... what have you been thinking about?
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    (Original post by Mish Bish)
    Hi - going to the post offer day on 2 April and hoping that may help me decide! Dawson and Mile End look most favourable at the moment... what have you been thinking about?
    Dawson, this isn't really a contest.
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    (Original post by Mish Bish)
    Hi - going to the post offer day on 2 April and hoping that may help me decide! Dawson and Mile End look most favourable at the moment... what have you been thinking about?
    Yeh I've just been to the post offer open day 2 days ago .... i was hoping they would go into depth on accommodation, but they didn't! it was the one thing they didn't really talk in detail about! i was hoping we would get a tour around one of the accommodation buildings but we didn't.

    I don't know which i prefer...Mile end looks the best BUT apparently not many Medicine students live there as most live in Dawson or Floyer! and i don't know how i feel about that so id probably choose Dawsonm or Floyer!

    Dawson looks Nicer and in a nicer area however is at least a 25-30min walk from lectures in the first year...whilst being at floyer means i could go to lectures in pyjamas haha

    Seems everywhere has its good points but everywhere also has its bad points!!
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    (Original post by andyeverest)
    Yeh I've just been to the post offer open day 2 days ago .... i was hoping they would go into depth on accommodation, but they didn't! it was the one thing they didn't really talk in detail about! i was hoping we would get a tour around one of the accommodation buildings but we didn't.

    I don't know which i prefer...Mile end looks the best BUT apparently not many Medicine students live there as most live in Dawson or Floyer! and i don't know how i feel about that so id probably choose Dawsonm or Floyer!

    Dawson looks Nicer and in a nicer area however is at least a 25-30min walk from lectures in the first year...whilst being at floyer means i could go to lectures in pyjamas haha

    Seems everywhere has its good points but everywhere also has its bad points!!
    Well I really wanted to go to the open day (2nd April) to here more about accommodation, I guess it would be best to talk to current students, but its likely that they'll be kinda biased... :P
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    I wrote a huge review of the accomodations I think last year. I'll see if I can dig it out.

    In summary, pick Dawson.
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Dawson, this isn't really a contest.
    yeah thats what I am thinking.....


    (Original post by andyeverest)
    Yeh I've just been to the post offer open day 2 days ago .... i was hoping they would go into depth on accommodation, but they didn't! it was the one thing they didn't really talk in detail about! i was hoping we would get a tour around one of the accommodation buildings but we didn't.

    I don't know which i prefer...Mile end looks the best BUT apparently not many Medicine students live there as most live in Dawson or Floyer! and i don't know how i feel about that so id probably choose Dawsonm or Floyer!

    Dawson looks Nicer and in a nicer area however is at least a 25-30min walk from lectures in the first year...whilst being at floyer means i could go to lectures in pyjamas haha

    Seems everywhere has its good points but everywhere also has its bad points!!
    lol... I know what you mean, being able to crawl out of bed straight to lectures has its plus points, but nicer venue might just win!
    :excited:
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    (Original post by digitalis)
    Dawson, this isn't really a contest.

    (Original post by RollerBall)
    I wrote a huge review of the accomodations I think last year. I'll see if I can dig it out.

    In summary, pick Dawson.
    I heard Dawson is far from lectures at the open day, about a 40 min walk. What time does lectures start for first years?
    He told me that Pooley house is the best albeit expensive, but I'm wondering if there are any medics at Pooley house or is it mainly QM students, don't want to miss out on the whole Barts student experience.
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    (Original post by rohitbd)
    I heard Dawson is far from lectures at the open day, about a 40 min walk. What time does lectures start for first years?
    He told me that Pooley house is the best albeit expensive, but I'm wondering if there are any medics at Pooley house or is it mainly QM students, don't want to miss out on the whole Barts student experience.
    10 minute tube ride from Barbican to whitechapel (2 minute walk either side). Lectures are generally 9am starts.

    Was he a QM or BL guy?
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    (Original post by RollerBall)
    10 minute tube ride from Barbican to whitechapel (2 minute walk either side). Lectures are generally 9am starts.

    Was he a QM or BL guy?
    I think he was at barts, and does everyone at dawson just take the tube, plus how much does it cost. Thanks for the help
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    (Original post by rohitbd)
    I think he was at barts, and does everyone at dawson just take the tube, plus how much does it cost. Thanks for the help
    Yeah everyone tubes and the tube&bus pass is £20 more than the bus only one a month iirc.

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