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    (Original post by Supernovae)
    I am intrigued as to what this 'student site' might be :beard:

    Edit: ohh I think I just worked it out
    You did it faster than me.
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    (Original post by JamieJizzle)
    Physics
    Well done Firm?
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    subject: aeronautics
    AA in further maths
    still struggling at IELTS
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    Got an offer from Imperial last week Friday!!!aaaaah!!! So shocked. Still can't believe it! LOL. Feels like a dream. (For biomedical sciences). Offer is AAA. Got to work my socks off now!
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    (Original post by antonioysd007)
    OFFER
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    OFFER
    :jumphug::jumphug:
    Congratulations! You've been added to the list
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    I got an email from biomedical engineering dpt saying that they will update the outcome of the process in the mid of the week... but haven't heard anything... shoud I be worried? is there any biomedical eng applicant here?
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    NOOOOOOO! Offer for Mathematics with Applied Mathematics/Mathematical Physics

    A*A*A (A* in maths + FM) A in Physics + 2 in STEP 2/3

    But the problem is, I dont have a A* in FM ! I only have an A
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    (Original post by CookieGhoul)
    NOOOOOOO! Offer for Mathematics with Applied Mathematics/Mathematical Physics

    A*A*A (A* in maths + FM) A in Physics + 2 in STEP 2/3

    But the problem is, I dont have a A* in FM ! I only have an A
    Well done on getting an offer, but that's a serious beast of an offer.
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    (Original post by CookieGhoul)
    NOOOOOOO! Offer for Mathematics with Applied Mathematics/Mathematical Physics

    A*A*A (A* in maths + FM) A in Physics + 2 in STEP 2/3

    But the problem is, I dont have a A* in FM ! I only have an A
    How can u apply 2 subjects for 1 university ?
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    (Original post by Neofytos)
    How can u apply 2 subjects for 1 university ?
    Easily. Use two of your UCAS choices.

    /matter-of-fact deadpan

    PS// Kita, I can't work it out. Maybe because I don't use that site.
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    (Original post by nikita_atikin)
    :five: Well done! Are you gonna firm? Let me know if you do, I'll add you to the firmer's list
    Yup, it's my firm, cheers
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    (Original post by Down Quark)
    Yup, it's my firm, cheers
    Hey what subject is this for, sorry? I'll add you to list then
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    Chemistry AAA
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    (Original post by chembob)
    Chemistry AAA
    Congratulations!

    Will you be joining the family?
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    (Original post by F.I)
    Congratulations!

    Will you be joining the family?
    Possibly... I can't decide between Imperial and Warwick
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    (Original post by chembob)
    Possibly... I can't decide between Imperial and Warwick
    :holmes: I see

    Both university offer really courses for Chemistry, although I felt Imperial had a lot more to offer: better reputation, more focus on practicals, its in London, better links to industry.
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    (Original post by F.I)
    :holmes: I see

    Both university offer really courses for Chemistry, although I felt Imperial had a lot more to offer: better reputation, more focus on practicals, its in London, better links to industry.
    I've always wanted to go to Warwick ever since I started thinking about unis, plus all their undergrad labs have recently been renovated and they're building a new chem/phys analytical science building

    But then Imperial is well nice and has a great reputation like you said
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    (Original post by chembob)
    I've always wanted to go to Warwick ever since I started thinking about unis, plus all their undergrad labs have recently been renovated and they're building a new chem/phys analytical science building

    But then Imperial is well nice and has a great reputation like you said
    Honestly, go wherever you think you will be happy, no point going to Imperial and having a miserable time.
    You have until May so don't choose your FIRM/INSURANCE until you are positive and content with your decision.
    Or you can put you options in a hat and choose randomly :p:
    However if you notice you randomly picked Imperial/Warwick and you thought '' and wanted to do best out of three than go for the other uni.
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    (Original post by nikita_atikin)
    Hey what subject is this for, sorry? I'll add you to list then
    Physics with Theoretical Physics Thank yoooou!
 
 
 
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