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Picking my insurance choice... Money, Weather, Environment and more

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    I have to pick between Reading and Dundee
    Reading:-
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    Nearer to London
    Nice accommodation
    A lot warmer than in Scotland
    A bit more prestigious than Dundee
    Law school focuses more on Pro Bono which is good
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    High entry requirement: AAB
    High tuition fee for intl students £11440
    Higher living cost

    Dundee:-
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    Lower tuition fee: £9700
    Lower entry requirement: ABB
    Lower living cost (in Scotland)
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    Never been to Scotland so I'm not sure about the environment and accommodation
    Not as prestigious as Reading

    Please help I can't really decide
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    Hello! I have just firmed Leicester and put Dundee as insurance.
    I don't want to be risky as getting one of the Bs (for Economics) is now trickier than ever!
    Good luck with your application and thanks for your replies
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    From what I know Dundee is especially prestigious and strong for Law. The accommodation is also very modern with a lot of new residences having been constructed in the last couple of years.
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    I applied for both too, and had similar problems deciding on my choices (I applied for History though). Scotland is beautiful, but cold. I decided on Reading as a firm though for similar reasons that you've outlined but don't let that influence your decision
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    Looks like you prefer Reading to me.

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