Okay so I'll be sending off my application for straight Economics in three weeks time, was just curious to know what my chances of getting offers are with my stats and PS:
6A*, 4A, 1C at GCSE
AAAA at AS in Maths, Economics, Geography and History. (89.7% UMS maths, 95.5% UMS Geography)
Pretty sure I have 3A* predictions in the above minus History which I've dropped.
My PS mentions my participation in the Model United Nations of Goldberg (MUNOG), economics related EPQ, the I've read and commented upon Capitalism and Freedom by Milton Friedman and Return of Depression Economics by Paul Krugman. Also emphasised a lot of skills to make it overall a "decent" PS.
So yeah it would be great to know what you reckon my chances are of getting offers from:
Personally reckon I stand a really good chance of them all apart from Warwick, where my chances are a lot slimmer.
Also, I've been told a few times before that my choices are a little unambitious, and that I should be looking to apply to Oxbridge (out of the question now due to tomorrow's deadline), LSE, Imperial, UCL, KCL, Durham, Bristol, Bath. Highly doubt I will change my choices at this late stage but would interesting to know what chances I have of getting offers from those places please? I reckon one of the biggest factors preventing me from getting hypothetical offers from those, particularly the first few, is that fact I don't take Further Maths.
Thanks a lot for any responses
Chances of getting these offers//should I be aiming higher?
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