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    (Original post by Gnome :))
    I'm from England so it's different here. I think you send the certificated of all the exams you put on UCAS. For me that was GCSEs and AS levels.
    Ok thanks, that'll be my standard grades and highers then so just them, nothing else like birth certificates or anything? (Not sure why they'd want stuff like that but just making absolutely sure!)


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    (Original post by RavenclawRiver)
    Ok thanks, that'll be my standard grades and highers then so just them, nothing else like birth certificates or anything? (Not sure why they'd want stuff like that but just making absolutely sure!)


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    Don't think so, presume we'll have to at some point as proof of nationality/identity/residency etc but I think it's just exam certificates for now
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    (Original post by Gnome :))
    Don't think so, presume we'll have to at some point as proof of nationality/identity/residency etc but I think it's just exam certificates for now
    Ok, thanks for your help


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    How do we send them the certificates? Do we scan them and then forward them to EUCLID or do we do it another way?
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    (Original post by leah_morgan)
    How do we send them the certificates? Do we scan them and then forward them to EUCLID or do we do it another way?
    http://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/my-offe...icate-checking

    I just attached them to a reply message to the message they sent me on EUCLID
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    (Original post by leah_morgan)
    How do we send them the certificates? Do we scan them and then forward them to EUCLID or do we do it another way?
    (Original post by Gnome :))
    http://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/my-offe...icate-checking

    I just attached them to a reply message to the message they sent me on EUCLID
    Yep. Post copies if you like (or fax them - but who has access to a fax machine these days?). But the easiest/safest way is to scan them and attach them onto the message requesting them in euclid. Was good enough for them back in 2007 too!
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    Firmed for History and Politics, planning on getting into writing and journalism in the long run. So excited about going to uni that my hands appear to have the shakes, making this post incredibly difficult to type... Any other History and Politics folk out there?
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    (Original post by GDewar)
    Firmed for History and Politics, planning on getting into writing and journalism in the long run. So excited about going to uni that my hands appear to have the shakes, making this post incredibly difficult to type... Any other History and Politics folk out there?

    I'll be firming for Politics & Sociology so quite similar!
    Still waiting for Warwick though, I am seriously considering withdrawing my application. Do you think that the later you apply for accommodation the smaller the chance that you will be given your first choice?
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    (Original post by GDewar)
    Firmed for History and Politics, planning on getting into writing and journalism in the long run. So excited about going to uni that my hands appear to have the shakes, making this post incredibly difficult to type... Any other History and Politics folk out there?
    I'm history and English, which history course(s) do you think you'll do?
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    (Original post by forever888)
    Do you think that the later you apply for accommodation the smaller the chance that you will be given your first choice?
    Nope As long as you apply before the deadline (in June I think? Can't remember!)
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    (Original post by forever888)
    I'll be firming for Politics & Sociology so quite similar!
    Still waiting for Warwick though, I am seriously considering withdrawing my application. Do you think that the later you apply for accommodation the smaller the chance that you will be given your first choice?
    (Original post by sarzed)
    I'm history and English, which history course(s) do you think you'll do?
    Yeah, I noticed your earlier post, Sarzed, and thought it sounded pretty close to the route I want to take. I'm thinking about doing European history (either 1500-1789 or 1789-1989), what about yourself?

    I think Gnome's right, it doesn't make a huge difference as long as it's soon-ish. Politics and Sociology is pretty close too! You'll have social and political theories bursting out of your ears by the time you've finished. :P Have any career path in mind or are you just really interested in social science?

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