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    (Original post by dimar)
    Yeah me either. I wanted something like straight world history or history combined with english but archaeology does seem like fun. I'm looking to be a teacher so I need something that more broad.
    Straight history covers too much for my liking. Not that I wouldn't take any history over no history, but still. I prefer the ancient stuff over modern history. And especially over American history. Haha.
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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    Straight history covers too much for my liking. Not that I wouldn't take any history over no history, but still. I prefer the ancient stuff over modern history. And especially over American history. Haha.
    haha yeah american history is especially boring. I've just finished studying European, Asian and South American History until around the 16th century and I really enjoyed that. I was looking for something like that
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    (Original post by dimar)
    haha yeah american history is especially boring. I've just finished studying European, Asian and South American History until around the 16th century and I really enjoyed that. I was looking for something like that
    At least I'm not the only one. I like European history a lot, of course. I don't know a whole lot about South American or Asian history.
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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    At least I'm not the only one. I like European history a lot, of course. I don't know a whole lot about South American or Asian history.
    It's pretty interesting. Especially when we get into talking about the Mongols or the Mayans
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    I'm favouring maths over comp sci here, their department was so good and they're basically the best in the country for maths too
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    (Original post by dimar)
    Anyone here applying for 2015 in history and/or english? Just looking to meet some potential fellow classmates
    I'm hoping to apply for English at Warwick in 2015!!
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    (Original post by dimar)
    Anyone here applying for 2015 in history and/or english? Just looking to meet some potential fellow classmates
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    Hi all! I'm applying for History at Warwick in 2015; (i'm on my gap year right now, so i've already got my grades.)
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    (Original post by mnina19)
    Hi all! I'm applying for History at Warwick in 2015; (i'm on my gap year right now, so i've already got my grades.)
    Well done! I really want to study History at Warwick, just not sure how sound my AS results are in comparison to everyone else. Hopefully it will be AAA predictions, and then i'll keep my fingers crossed
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    (Original post by whydoieventry)
    Well done! I really want to study History at Warwick, just not sure how sound my AS results are in comparison to everyone else. Hopefully it will be AAA predictions, and then i'll keep my fingers crossed
    you never know! even if you don't think your AS grades are quite as strong as other applicants, a strong PS and reference can go a long way? good luck!
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    im thinking of applying for english!! has anyone heard good things??
    its so hard to decide where else to apply, anyone kno where they want to apply to?
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    ooohoooh also did anyone go the open day?? i missed it :'(
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    (Original post by EmergencyBagels)
    ooohoooh also did anyone go the open day?? i missed it :'(
    i missed it too, but i've been reading about the History core and optional modules on offer at Warwick, and they look amazing. there are post-offer open days though so you can visit then and see how you like it?
 
 
 
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