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    I am currently completing my UCAS application to study Computer Science next year and I am looking for some advice on my choices.

    Currently, I have Nottingham, East Anglia, Reading, Swansea and Cardiff as my 5 choices.

    My predicted grades are AABC from Computer Science, Electronics, Politics and Physics.

    I'm attending open days for most of my choices in the coming weeks to see what they are like for myself but I'm looking for some opinions on them - which are the 'best' and whether there are any other 'good' universities I should also consider.

    Any advice is appreciated.

    Thanks .
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