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    Is economics at Hertfordshire any good?

    Also what is the university like, night life, accommodation etc?
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    http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...gs?s=Economics
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    Whats a hertfordshire
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    What are your AS grades/predicted grades?
    Hertfordshire uni will not be seen as a good uni on TSR for sure.
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    (Original post by LifeIsFine)
    What are your AS grades/predicted grades?
    Hertfordshire uni will not be seen as a good uni on TSR for sure.
    ABB/AAB For me

    I'm just looking for back ups universities at the moment.
    I have 3 in mind, Hertfordshire, Plymouth and Aberystwyth.
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    (Original post by kas9)
    ABB/AAB For me

    I'm just looking for back ups universities at the moment.
    I have 3 in mind, Hertfordshire, Plymouth and Aberystwyth.
    You essentially need CCC for hertfordshire.
    Dont limit yourself with those great predicted grades.
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    (Original post by LifeIsFine)
    You essentially need CCC for hertfordshire.
    Dont limit yourself with those great predicted grades.
    Thanks.
    Any opinion on Plymouth and/or Aberystwyth as backups?
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    (Original post by kas9)
    Thanks.
    Any opinion on Plymouth and/or Aberystwyth as backups?
    plymouth is the same of hertfordshire.
    But aberstwyth seems like a better option. If your grades are predicted ABB/AAB then a ABB or BBB insurance seems like a good choice.
    BTW, do you go to a poor school (nationally for results)?
    If so, Bristol's contextual offer would be a fantastic firm.
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    (Original post by LifeIsFine)
    plymouth is the same of hertfordshire.
    But aberstwyth seems like a better option. If your grades are predicted ABB/AAB then a ABB or BBB insurance seems like a good choice.
    BTW, do you go to a poor school (nationally for results)?
    If so, Bristol's contextual offer would be a fantastic firm.
    Awesome.
    I did check Bristols contextual offer, but unfortunately for the course i want to study, mathematics is needed there (Economics) so even with the contextual offer, i wouldn't be able to.

    Thank you very much for your help!
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    (Original post by kas9)
    Awesome.
    I did check Bristols contextual offer, but unfortunately for the course i want to study, mathematics is needed there (Economics) so even with the contextual offer, i wouldn't be able to.

    Thank you very much for your help!
    Ah i see. Unfortunate!
    Definitely brush up or self teach some mathematics A-level though, (statisitics and core) before you go to university though!
    You are very welcome, and good luck!
    EDIT: In fact, what are your current a-levels? Mathematics is pretty much compulsory for most uni's.
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    Uni of radjastan is better than that uni
 
 
 
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