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    Course: Accounting and Finance.
    Grades: AAB
    I have applied for Fylde ( 2nd choice county)
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    Course: Linguistics
    Offer: AAB
    Results: AAA
    College: Hopefully Furness, superior ensuite second choice is County
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    (Original post by SpiggyTopes)
    I feel sorry for him too! Is he going to stay in a hotel for the night or go there and back in a day?
    There and back in one day I think, the crazy man
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    Course: Mathematics
    Offer: Clearing
    Results: A*AB + 2 in STEP
    College: No idea yet
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    (Original post by SpiggyTopes)
    How is everyone getting there, and how long do you think it will take?

    I'm coming from Cheshire so it should take me about 1hr15 in the car.
    My mum is taking me there by car first time, i live in the south west of England so 4.5-5 hours probably if traffic is good, have to stay in a hotel on the Saturday so I can move in on Sunday, not looking forward to the train journey at Christmas though

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    (Original post by katie55)
    My mum is taking me there by car first time, i live in the south west of England so 4.5-5 hours probably if traffic is good, have to stay in a hotel on the Saturday so I can move in on Sunday, not looking forward to the train journey at Christmas though

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    I almost feel sorry for all of you Southerners!
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    (Original post by katie55)
    My mum is taking me there by car first time, i live in the south west of England so 4.5-5 hours probably if traffic is good, have to stay in a hotel on the Saturday so I can move in on Sunday, not looking forward to the train journey at Christmas though

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    Bloody hell, 3 hours for me and I thought that was far!
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    (Original post by katie55)
    My mum is taking me there by car first time, i live in the south west of England so 4.5-5 hours probably if traffic is good, have to stay in a hotel on the Saturday so I can move in on Sunday, not looking forward to the train journey at Christmas though

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    About the same for us as well, early start come moving in day!
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    (Original post by SpiggyTopes)
    How is everyone getting there, and how long do you think it will take?

    I'm coming from Cheshire so it should take me about 1hr15 in the car.
    i'm coming from the West Midlands so it will take about 2hrs 10 in the car (or a van if we hire one )
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    (Original post by Prendah)
    Course: Mathematics
    Offer: Clearing
    Results: A*AB + 2 in STEP
    College: No idea yet
    Can you remember how long it took for Lancaster to accept your application when you added them as a choice on track?
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    (Original post by Infamous12)
    Can you remember how long it took for Lancaster to accept your application when you added them as a choice on track?
    Round about 24 hours.
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    (Original post by Prendah)
    Round about 24 hours.
    Ah, thanks! Congratulations on your place by the way.
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    Course: Medieval & Renaissance Studies
    Offer: Clearing
    Results: ABC
    College: Haven't a clue yet!
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    (Original post by sw95)
    Course: Mathematics
    Offer: AAA, dropped to AAB
    Results: A*AA
    Accommodation: Furness/Grizedale, superior ensuite




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    Awesome - maths and applying for the same accommodation! Are you looking forward to starting? I feel like I've forgotten so much maths already...
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    Course: Economics
    Offer: ABB
    Results: ABCC
    College: Lonsdale hopefully!

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    Mechanical engineering
    Results ABBB
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    (Original post by amyneave)
    Course: Accounting and Finance.
    Grades: AAB
    I have applied for Fylde ( 2nd choice county)
    Ah finally someone else in Fylde! I don't seem to be able to find anyone else and there's no thread on TSR?!


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    I can't find anyone who is also doing German Studies and Linguistics! I applied to County (superior standard) as first choice and Furness as second, but there's not much about Furness on here either! I'm so excited and all I want to do is find people but as I said, surprisingly difficult. Well done on all your results btw
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    I am so excited! What clubs and societies are you all planning on joining?
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    Hello guys,

    Is there anyone studying Economics & International Relations?

    Congrats to everyone that got their places btw
 
 
 
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