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Have a more relaxed approach, like me. Then again, I'm 100% certain of a rejection so that's why I'm relaxed.

Oh, and good luck to you!
You and me both mate. Hell might as well make a party outta this
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Are there any NatScis here thinking of taking Earth Sciences as an option?
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Our lazy postman ambles in around 1pm so i'll race you
My house is constantly getting things delivered as my parents order a lot of things online (mostly because one parent runs a small business and needs to order things for that, but partially parents' online shopping) and we're subscribed to about 90 million magazines and catalogues, not to mention that some of my granny's mail also ends up at my house... And that's not even counting bills and junk mail... So every time I hear a delivery vehicle outside my house tomorrow, I'm probably going to freak out
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Now I'm panicking that I didn't even get pooled by my original college, and that I have had a straight rejection without other colleges looking at me
Me too
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We've gone deeper.
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Just be glad you're not in NI, Central or Southern Scotland... http://www.royalmail.com/service-update/london 9.1

"Normal deliveries and collections should take place in all parts of London today.However, yesterday, high winds at East Midlands, Stansted and Edinburgh airports affected several flights. This may mean a delay to small amounts of mail as follows:

  • Posted in parts of England for delivery in Northern Ireland and Central and Southern Scotland today
  • Posted in parts of Central and Southern Scotland for delivery in London and the South of England today"
This is about the only time I'm glad to live in the North of Scotland... It's very "dreich" up here (great Scottish word, that! I think "shoogly" is my favourite though )

(Original post by Chlorophile)
Are there any NatScis here thinking of taking Earth Sciences as an option?
In the unlikely event that I get an offer (I mean seriously unlikely), depending how similar it is to what I've already covered in planetary science this year.
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My house is constantly getting things delivered as my parents order a lot of things online (mostly because one parent runs a small business and needs to order thins for that, but partially parents' online shopping) and we're subscribed to about 90 million magazines and catalogues, not to mention that some of my granny's mail also ends up at my house... And that's not even counting bills and junk mail... So every time I hear a delivery vehicle outside my house tomorrow, I'm probably going to freak out
Ha! Sounds manic. Hope you get the news you need. put a big sign that says 'if not Royal Mail please go away' .....
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In the unlikely event that I get an offer (I mean seriously unlikely), depending how similar it is to what I've already covered in planetary science this year.
You study planetary science?!
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This is about the only time I'm glad to live in the North of Scotland... It's very "dreich" up here (great Scottish word, that! I think "shoogly" is my favourite though )



In the unlikely event that I get an offer (I mean seriously unlikely), depending how similar it is to what I've already covered in planetary science this year.
Ummm. "deich" and "shoogly" ... ??? need to know what they mean. stat.
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what does the first post win?
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(Original post by Chlorophile)
Are there any NatScis here thinking of taking Earth Sciences as an option?
No, but what other options are you interested in? I'm interested in Chemistry, Biology of Cells and Evolution & Behaviour
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Ha! Sounds manic. Hope you get the news you need. put a big sign that says 'if not Royal Mail please go away' .....
Hehe, probably wouldn't go down too well if my granny turned up at the door... Good luck to you too!

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You study planetary science?!
Yeah, it's one of my Open Uni courses. It's just a year-long course, but it's pretty interesting (at least, when I'm not cramming half a chapter per day to cover all the theory before an assignment deadline...)
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what does the first post win?
a place at Girton?
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[QUOTE=Blazar;52794457]Hehe, probably wouldn't go down too well if my granny turned up at the door... Good luck to you too!

Depends on how annoying Granny is (kidding)

Thanks and good luck

Think I am going to kill time on TSR as every time I sit still I get a sense of dread...

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a place at Girton?
haha id take it
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But seriously.... "deich" and "shoofly" ??????? What are they?
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Who else looking forward to their rejection!
MEEE!
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what does the first post win?
Either a place at Cambridge or few Vodka shots.
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Yeah, it's one of my Open Uni courses. It's just a year-long course, but it's pretty interesting (at least, when I'm not cramming half a chapter per day to cover all the theory before an assignment deadline...)
Wow, sounds awesome! I really wanted to take an OU short course alongside my A-Levels but it's just too expensive for me at the moment. Glad you're enjoying your course though!
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[QUOTE=Blazar;52794457]Hehe, probably wouldn't go down too well if my granny turned up at the door... Good luck to you too!



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