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Is my Maths UMS good enough for Durham (and also possibly Cambridge) Watch

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    (Original post by Maths is Life)
    Cheers dude.

    I think I'll just do the AEA and pretty much it.
    No way could I do step 😂
    You never know until you try tbh


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    (Original post by Maths is Life)
    I don't like being an arse but Durham is a top Uni.

    On their website it clearly states that you need to provide your UMS so that they can make differences since there are so many maths applicants with A*
    Is that just for pure maths? I applied for Maths and Physics through Nat Sci and didn't read anything about that. Didn't disclose my UMS.
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    Why would durham care? It's not exactly at a level where they look at UMS. you'll be fine for durham...easily
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    (Original post by CaiusMartius)
    C1 - 98
    C2 - 98
    M1 - 100
    M2 - 88
    FP1 - 87
    S1 - 100

    Although it averages out to 95, I am a bit worried about my bad days on FP1/M2 (acc FP1 was a bad day, M2 was just really hard lol).

    ty x
    I don't know why you would even consider Durham if you harbour hopes of Cambridge, to be frank. It would be like hoping to move to Manchester United, but having Tottenham Hotspur as a plan B.
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    (Original post by Magic Streets)
    I don't know why you would even consider Durham if you harbour hopes of Cambridge, to be frank. It would be like hoping to move to Manchester United, but having Tottenham Hotspur as a plan B.
    shame Spurs are above united in the table tho lol
 
 
 
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