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    (Original post by h8skoooooool)
    I'm doing the same next year, plus physics

    I was set on studying physics at uni but now I'm not so sure as I really enjoy maths - so maybe a joint honours? But I don't want to go through STEP so maybe I'll just stick with physics :laugh:

    What unis will you be applying for?
    Wow you're doing the big 4 . Props to you! So far my choices for Maths are: Manchester, Surrey, Bath, Nottingham and Southampton. Was considering the likes of Cambridge and Warwick but my GCSEs are weak lol :laugh:

    Your unis for Physics?
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    (Original post by Dynamic_Vicz)
    Wow you're doing the big 4 . Props to you! So far my choices for Maths are: Manchester, Surrey, Bath, Nottingham and Southampton. Was considering the likes of Cambridge and Warwick but my GCSEs are weak lol :laugh:

    Your unis for Physics?
    Haha yeah I must be mad - I considered dropping chemistry but the class banter is just too good

    I'm hoping for Imperial, UCL, Manchester, Durham and a mystery 5th choice (no idea what to choose yet). I thought about Oxbridge too but I'd rather live in a city like London/Manchester. Plus, it's a lot of effort to prepare for entrance exams and interviews.
 
 
 
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