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    (Original post by Blitzkrieg15)
    Not many lecturers create quality handouts on Word or Powerpoint these days. They just scribble on a projector with felt, or project a few bullet points, then talk around it in lecture. Laziness to the extreme. They do expect you to manage 70% of the learning yourself, they just direct you a bit in class.
    apparently the lecturer was bad too, some greek guy who could barely speak english (no racism but obviously students need to understand them)
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    In England it's Leeds, in america it's dartmouth or princeton.
    If you mean like create a uni, I'd say a campus not too far from the city, with year abroads in most subjects like psychology to history, and a red brick, beautiful uni. Cheap acommodation. Typed up exams, help with studying as I find it quite difficult to concentrate when studying.
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    apparently the lecturer was bad too, some greek guy who could barely speak english (no racism but obviously students need to understand them)
    I saw a lecture carried out by an Indian guy from Harvard Business School once, could barely understand what he was saying. It happens, not all lecturers can communicate their gifts effectively.
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    Oxford...but I ****ed up this year. 2016 it is :lol::lol:
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    what is it
    A free one, with free courses, free accomodations, and a full bursary for all.
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    Oxford I really want to study PPL there
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    Cambridge or one of the Ivies except Brown or Dartmouth.

    Oh....wait....lol *smug*
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    (Original post by HarryDn)
    what is it
    Its... Its...sorta difficult to tell as I am awake.
    Ask me when I'm sleeping.

    Ta-ta
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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    Will you be going to Manchester for Ancient History?


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    I already am, first year
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    Edge Hill
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    (Original post by CaptainBrown)
    I already am, first year
    How do you like it? I'll be doing it in the fall.


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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    But as you've said, you could always do your masters at LSE!


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    Well yes I could
    Hopefully!
    I'd love to go to the top 10 unis for Economics(masters) but LSE is still a dream(if I get a first class degree)
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    (Original post by Skill Twix)
    Well yes I could
    Hopefully!
    I'd love to go to the top 10 unis for Economics(masters) but LSE is still a dream(if I get a first class degree)
    I'd love to go to Oxford for my masters. I'm sure our dream universities aren't completely out of reach.
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    The following are more than just universities, they are part of history: Oxbridge, Durham, St Andrews, Edinburgh (and Glasgow, Aberdeen).
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    (Original post by MissLalaxx)
    Vassar College
    Great if you're rich, not too smart, reading Liberal Arts and don't want to be in a sorority.
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    (Original post by Clip)
    Great if you're rich, not too smart, reading Liberal Arts and don't want to be in a sorority.
    It's like $60,000 a year. Not worth it! Only said it cos it was mentioned in PLL.lol
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    (Original post by "Wanted")
    UCL but with enough study space to actually sit down and work.

    If I got a penny for every time I walked around like a plonker trying to get some seating.....
    Some one might have already replied, but you must really be pleased with the new hub opening then! It's not overly crowded I find, but then I don't particularly go during the peak hours either =)
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    A medical university!!!
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    Cambridge (and I actually got an offer there)
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    Exeter!
 
 
 
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