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Psychology at Essex or Sussex?

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    I know it's high time I chose my firm and insurance choice.
    But I need some advice.

    I can't decide between the University of Essex and University of Sussex.
    I was thinking about choosing Sussex as firm and Essex as insurance, but it's not certain that I get in to Sussex. In that case I will 'loose' what Essex offers if you choose them as firm choice.

    And if I choose Essex as firm choice, what should I choose as insurance?
    It can be Newcastle and Sussex (both higher in rankings than Essex) or Swansea and Coventry.

    I'd be grateful for any advice!
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