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(Original post by nurav11)
It's going to be Medicine Corpus Christi isn't it...

Damn I'm feeling the pessimism now
Average for Medicine in 2014 was 18%. Medicine at Corpus was higher, 20%

Architecture is 14%. King's (most popular college for architecture) was 9%

Play with the numbers yourself here (it's fiddly!):
http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...ply/statistics
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Average for Medicine in 2014 was 18%. Medicine at Corpus was higher, 20%

Architecture is 14%. King's (most popular college for architecture) was 9%

Play with the numbers yourself here (it's fiddly!):
http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...ply/statistics
Wow King's College 45 applicants 4 offers..... And that's not even one of the lowest percentages :eek:
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I just finished task 1 of my Physics EMPA.

In other news, hello London Metropolitan University

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Stay positive.Tbh,I fluked my Edexcel coursework.Just annihilate your exams.
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(Original post by BBeyond)

I haven't even heard of Corpus Christi? :eek: I should really start looking at colleges
Ahah don't worry I just know it's like the smallest university in terms of places it has so I guessed that. Jneill has all the answers

(Original post by jneill)
Average for Medicine in 2014 was 18%. Medicine at Corpus was higher, 20%

Architecture is 14%. King's (most popular college for architecture) was 9%

Play with the numbers yourself here (it's fiddly!):
http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...ply/statistics
Thanks! This is going to be interesting...

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(Original post by jneill)
Average for Medicine in 2014 was 18%. Medicine at Corpus was higher, 20%

Architecture is 14%. King's (most popular college for architecture) was 9%

Play with the numbers yourself here (it's fiddly!):
http://www.undergraduate.study.cam.a...ply/statistics
Am I doing something wrong all I can see is the number if applicants its not showing how many got offers

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(Original post by Krollo)
I just finished task 1 of my Physics EMPA.

In other news, hello London Metropolitan University

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I'd join you but I have Manchester Metropolitan just down the road so may as well go there
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Am I doing something wrong all I can see is the number if applicants its not showing how many got offers

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(Original post by Krollo)
I just finished task 1 of my Physics EMPA.

In other news, hello London Metropolitan University

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Fairly sure Cambridge don't care about your EMPA/ISA scores etc.? Either way I'm sure you did fine
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Am I doing something wrong all I can see is the number if applicants its not showing how many got offers

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Tick the Offers box.

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x Applications
. x Identify open applications
x Offers
. x Identify winter pool offers
x Acceptances
. x Identify summer pool
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(Original post by nurav11)
Ooh really? how come, what did you see?

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Peterhouse had 18% of applicants with offers for NatSci, that's lower than the university average for NatSci
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(Original post by BBeyond)
Wow King's College 45 applicants 4 offers..... And that's not even one of the lowest percentages :eek:
Kings 79 applicants 8 offers for medicine... Wow

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Tick the Offers box.

Show
x Applications
. x Identify open applications
x Offers
. x Identify winter pool offers
x Acceptances
. x Identify summer pool
Found it I thought the 2015 stats were up but clearly not. Thanks anyway

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(Original post by C0balt)
I never knew Architecture was that popular.
Probably increased in popularity after How I Met Your Mother :lol:
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(Original post by nurav11)
Kings 79 applicants 8 offers for medicine... Wow

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That's not awful when you work it out as a percentage tbh, it just looks worse because the numbers are so apart
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(Original post by Krollo)
I just finished task 1 of my Physics EMPA.

In other news, hello London Metropolitan University

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Can't have been that bad surely

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I don't understand the popularity of Pembroke amongst NatSci - it's got largest number of application for NatSci whereas it's not the most popular globally
Is it famous for NatSci?

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Probably increased in popularity after How I Met Your Mother :lol:
I don't even know what that is...oops:ahee:

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Can't have been that bad surely

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I'm probably exaggerating lol, might struggle to get over 90% now though. Hopefully the grade boundaries will be kind.

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I don't understand the popularity of Pembroke amongst NatSci - it's got largest number of application for NatSci whereas it's not the most popular globally
Is it famous for NatSci?

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Do colleges have global reputations? I thought it's all just under the University of Cambridge
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I don't understand the popularity of Pembroke amongst NatSci - it's got largest number of application for NatSci whereas it's not the most popular globally
Is it famous for NatSci?

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I agree it is odd there were 39 more applicants to Pembroke than St Johns and Pembroke made less offers

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