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Latex must have gone wrong... Yeah it did

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had me confused for ages thanks for confirming :P
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Febraury I'm going up and down the country to department open days :woo: cannot wait!
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Same I've devised this list at the moment
Warwick - Morse or MMORSE
Cambridge - Mathematics
Bristol - Mathematics
Exeter - Mathematics
and an ABB uni (undecided)

where are you thinking of applying to? I've also got 3 exams in january worried most about economics :P
Nice choices, nice to see you aiming high! Excuse me for sounding ignorant, but what's Morse/MMORSE? :holmes:

In the event that I get straight As in August, I'm thinking of Oxford, UCL, and then some AAB/ABB choices. Not quite sure what they'll be, but I'll look into that in a few months time I think. Good luck with your Jan exams? What are they all?
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Awww make your own one?
Exactly, bar one

I'll look into it. Knowing my college, all but about 10 of us couldn't care less about the future.
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Febraury I'm going up and down the country to department open days :woo: cannot wait!
Ooh, where are you going? :teeth:
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Ooh, where are you going? :teeth:
Thus far I've booked Exeter, UEA and Sheffield :dance: just awaiting details from Oxford Brookes and any form of response for QUB
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had me confused for ages thanks for confirming :P
Sorry!

(Original post by Pandora.)
Nice choices, nice to see you aiming high! Excuse me for sounding ignorant, but what's Morse/MMORSE? :holmes:

In the event that I get straight As in August, I'm thinking of Oxford, UCL, and then some AAB/ABB choices. Not quite sure what they'll be, but I'll look into that in a few months time I think. Good luck with your Jan exams? What are they all? Exactly, bar one

I'll look into it. Knowing my college, all but about 10 of us couldn't care less about the future.
Ooh, where are you going? :teeth:
Oh wow how about some online creative writing? That thing... Nanowrimo or something

Cambridge is better

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Nice choices, nice to see you aiming high! Excuse me for sounding ignorant, but what's Morse/MMORSE? :holmes:

In the event that I get straight As in August, I'm thinking of Oxford, UCL, and then some AAB/ABB choices. Not quite sure what they'll be, but I'll look into that in a few months time I think. Good luck with your Jan exams? What are they all? Exactly, bar one
Mathematical operational statistics and research (warwick exclusive course) and MMORSE is an 4year degree course, Those are quite good choices my offers range A*AA (including 2 in step) down to ABB and exeter is a nice insurance uni for me I reckon, I've got C1 (maths) Women's Suffrage (history) and Economics (markets and market failure) next year adding further maths onto the bandwagon is gonna be fun :eek:
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Sorry!



Oh wow how about some online creative writing? That thing... Nanowrimo or something

Cambridge is better

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Hey shadab theres a rate of change question regarding v=10r^2 r=5 so I did dv/dr = 20r when r=5 dv/dr= 100cm^3 per ... Second or cm... I need to know what this is regarding the rate of change the full question is:

The Volume V cm^3 of a cylinder with radius r cm is given by V=10r^2.
The rate of change of the volume with respect to the radius at the point when the radius is 5cm is and thats it it says per second or per cm for 100cm^3 which is the rate of change second or cm?
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Wow everyones on about uni. Our college havent informed us of that, yet. When are you supposed to book open days? When are open days? What course does everyone want to go to?

I want to do Economics at Birmingham, Sheffield, St Andrews or Edinburgh... My course is too competitive for higher unis unless a chose a less competitive subject... I dont hve straights A's at GCSE...

@Pandora, hey its multiplexing-gamer, new account. Mmorse is like a complex Maths/Statistics corse at Warwick uni I think
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Wow everyones on about uni. Our college havent informed us of that, yet. When are you supposed to book open days? When are open days? What course does everyone want to go to?

I want to do Economics at Birmingham, Sheffield, St Andrews or Edinburgh... My course is too competitive for higher unis unless a chose a less competitive subject... I dont hve straights A's at GCSE...

@Pandora, hey its multiplexing-gamer, new account. Mmorse is like a complex Maths/Statistics corse at Warwick uni I think
Open days normally start in the summer term until around October time after that point they are for offer holders

You'll probably be told to start thinking about potential university courses and universities in the summer term :yep: this is when you'll start to get more information about personal statements, UCAS and so forth

I've already applied (3rd year) for biological sciences and holding 4 offers :cool: just waiting for my last one to get back to me
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Hey shadab theres a rate of change question regarding v=10r^2 r=5 so I did dv/dr = 20r when r=5 dv/dr= 100cm^3 per ... Second or cm... I need to know what this is regarding the rate of change the full question is:

The Volume V cm^3 of a cylinder with radius r cm is given by V=10r^2.
The rate of change of the volume with respect to the radius at the point when the radius is 5cm is and thats it it says per second or per cm for 100cm^3 which is the rate of change second or cm?
It is dV/dr hence it is the rate of change of volume with respect to the radius -> cm^3 per cm
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Open days normally start in the summer term until around October time after that point they are for offer holders

You'll probably be told to start thinking about potential university courses and universities in the summer term :yep: this is when you'll start to get more information about personal statements, UCAS and so forth

I've already applied (3rd year) for biological sciences and holding 4 offers :cool: just waiting for my last one to get back to me
So I don't have to apply to any, anytime soon?
my brother goes St Andrew's uni, so I might be able to get to there quite easily, and I quite like the uni. http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/admissions/ug/visiting/ can I go to the March open day as a year 12, or is it for year 13s?
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It is dV/dr hence it is the rate of change of volume with respect to the radius -> cm^3 per cm
Thanks I thought so! but rate of change I thought was over a period of time, ty alot
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So I don't have to apply to any, anytime soon?
my brother goes St Andrew's uni, so I might be able to get to there quite easily, and I quite like the uni. http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/admissions/ug/visiting/ can I go to the March open day as a year 12, or is it for year 13s?
Nope not until next September (although you can start filling out the form when it's available for 2014 applicants for this you'll need to college buzzword)

Unless it states it's specifically for offer holders you should be able to. Although being said ones in March are likely to be for offer holders I'd play it safe and go to summer open days
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Thanks I thought so! but rate of change I thought was over a period of time, ty alot
No problem
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Meh, not.all the time :pierre: and it's not arguing... It's healthy debating... Unless Jamal is involved... Then it's just
Pretty much all the time :pierre: Yep, which results in high tensions between people in the end :lol:

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hey its multiplexing-gamer, new account
WHAT?! I never realised!
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Same I've devised this list at the moment
Warwick - Morse or MMORSE
Cambridge - Mathematics
Bristol - Mathematics
Exeter - Mathematics
and an ABB uni (undecided)

where are you thinking of applying to? I've also got 3 exams in january worried most about economics :P
ah, got 3 of the unis I'm thinking of applying to there :holmes:
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Pretty much all the time :pierre: Yep, which results in high tensions between people in the end :lol:



WHAT?! I never realised!
Not really, because we don't care :lol: well I don't anyway

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ah, got 3 of the unis I'm thinking of applying to there :holmes:
Ooh awesome which ones? and your in year 12 right? :P if we think about that its like a 60% chance we meet each other now :P which unis are you applying to?
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Ooh awesome which ones? and your in year 12 right? :P if we think about that its like a 60% chance we meet each other now :P which unis are you applying to?
Well it's not 60%

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Well it's not 60%

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obviously, but if we got rejected from 3 of the same choices and then accepted by the same 2 universities something like 20% now haha.
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