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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    I'm not talking about "internet friendships" and read what I wrote below to binary.
    I would say KCL is a leap, but UCL not as great.



    Ranking means nothing....it's not like employers keep check of the yearly rankings which are very subjective.

    Rather you should look at where you want to go, so for example law...you should look at how law firms and schools perceive the university rather than these rankings.

    Its a mistake people make when looking at universities by looking at rankings rather than research properly the course itself. Same goes for looking at Russell Group universities which is frankly irrelevant to undergraduates.

    Not sure about UCL, but KCL is definitely great for law.


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    Lol the leap thing was a old quantum theory reference.
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    (Original post by crosstalk)
    Plus, QMUL is located in some 'shady' area of East London.


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    I'll be sure to add geography to your law.All we need is an equation for your law now.
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    (Original post by crosstalk)
    Plus, QMUL is located in some 'shady' area of East London.
    Mile end is not shady, bro

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    Quite a lot of southerners on here.
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    (Original post by R£SP£CT)
    Quite a lot of southerners on here.
    Bunch of softies probably :rolleyes:

    Need to l2North
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    Anyway, i think we are getting too caught up in the dunya

    The uni you go to for like 3 years means nothing

    It's all about the akhira

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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    Bunch of softies probably :rolleyes:

    Need to l2North


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    Softies?
    Grrr.
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    (Original post by crosstalk)
    UCL > KCL.



    If you're choosing between UCL and KCL, bear in mind (when making your decision) that UCL is a first university in England to accept women on equal terms with men.
    UCL is supposed to be a better law school and I deliberated on this for a while, but when King's gave me a scholarship, it swayed my decision.

    (Original post by Kadak)
    Ouch,your so ruthless,may all future lawyers/barristers against your future clients in cases fear your wrath.You will make a fine lawyer 👍.

    Having no gender symbol? You are fuzzy and confusing than quantum mechanics,it's as if you are some embodiment of Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle.
    And the lawyers are the EPR Paradox? :cool:
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    (Original post by Richard Dawkins.)
    Mile end is not shady, bro

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    Aren't you from Oxford, Dawkins?

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    I'll be sure to add geography to your law.All we need is an equation for your law now.
    y^2=x^2(x+1)
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    (Original post by Richard Dawkins.)
    Anyway, i think we are getting too caught up in the dunya

    The uni you go to for like 3 years means nothing

    It's all about the akhira

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    It does mean something, a Muslim must make good use of their time whilst alive Quantum and Islam is not against getting an education.


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    Softies?
    Grrr.
    So soft that I heard you lot remove the crust from bread :teehee:
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    (Original post by crosstalk)
    Aren't you from Oxford, Dawkins?



    y^2=x^2(x+1)
    I'm from the ghettos of the east end

    Oxford lol? Some posh, rich mans place? Nah not for me

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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    I'm not talking about "internet friendships" and read what I wrote below to binary.
    I would say KCL is a leap, but UCL not as great.



    Ranking means nothing....it's not like employers keep check of the yearly rankings which are very subjective.

    Rather you should look at where you want to go, so for example law...you should look at how law firms and schools perceive the university rather than these rankings.

    Its a mistake people make when looking at universities by looking at rankings rather than research properly the course itself. Same goes for looking at Russell Group universities which is frankly irrelevant to undergraduates.

    Not sure about UCL, but KCL is definitely great for law.

    Employers do appreciate a degree from a top university. King's is close to many law firms and btw UCL and King's have much higher graduate prospects
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    (Original post by Richard Dawkins.)
    I'm from the ghettos of the east end

    Oxford lol? Some posh, rich mans place? Nah not for me

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    U wot m8?
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    (Original post by binarythoughts)
    UCL is supposed to be a better law school and I deliberated on this for a while, but when King's gave me a scholarship, it swayed my decision.



    And the lawyers are the EPR Paradox? :cool:
    Of course,we now need a John Bell.
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    (Original post by crosstalk)


    U wot m8?
    Can you please stop the bullying

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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    It does mean something, a Muslim must make good use of their time whilst alive Quantum and Islam is not against getting an education.




    So soft that I heard you lot remove the crust from bread :teehee:
    Indeed we must all seek knowledge

    But all in moderation

    We shouldnt let worldly things like uni rankings take us away from our main objectives

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    (Original post by IdeasForLife)
    It does mean something, a Muslim must make good use of their time whilst alive Quantum and Islam is not against getting an education.




    So soft that I heard you lot remove the crust from bread :teehee:
    Lol,only peasants eat crust, we southerners to well off for crusts.Oh yes, shots were fired. 😄😄😄😊😊😃😜.
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Lol,only peasants eat crust, we southerners to well off for crusts.Oh yes, shots were fired.
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