2007 V100 Entry Requirements Watch

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I also think Scotland sucks (no offence Homestarrunner). Judging by the opinions of bosses and barristers in the city, KCL is a bit dump - UCL is probably better. LSE has got a bad reputation for creating indivudals who are technically superb, theroetically spot on and awesome at passing tests, but hwen it comes to the more practical aspects of working for someone like Goldman Sachs theyre apparently crap. My brother was interviewing one for Goldman yesterday, asking simple questions like which way do you think the interest rate will go in america, and he coudnlt awnser. The guy had a first in Econimics from the London School of Economics too ffs.

I sitll applied there, i just like the place.
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Exeter go off points?
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^Maybe they do for the Cornwall campus...
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FAO: The person who gave me positive reputation for this thread

Thank you!
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I hope this is the right tread..

I'm studying for my pre-university exams (VWO) in the Netherlands. Next year (entry 2008) I would like to go to England and follow a History degree (v100). I already contacted a couple of universities, one university said the following:

"Offers based on the VWO are likely to ask for 8 in the most relevant
subjects"

This means that I don't have to achieve an overall grade. It also means that I need good grades on 'relevant' subjects. But I don't now what is relevant if you want to follow History? I still have to choose my subjects...
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anyone thought of updating this?
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(Original post by djjz13)
anyone thought of updating this?
I lack the motivation to check them all again.
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haha well im not working yet, I will endeavour to at least start it tonight!
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Alphabetically

Aberdeen CCC
Aberystwyth 260 - 300 (Applicants with History - 260, without - 300)
Anglia Ruskin 200 points (V140)
Bangor 220 - 260 Points
Bath Spa 220 - 260 points
Birmingham AAB
Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln 140 Points
Bolton 200 points
Bradford 240 points (VR19)
Bristol AAA-AAB
UWE, Bristol 240-300 points
Brunel 260 points
Cambridge AAA
Canterbury Christ Church CC
Cardiff AAB
Central Lancashire 220 points
Chester 300 points
Cumbria 200 Points
Chichester 220-240 points
De Montfort 220-240 points
Derby 180-200 points
Dundee 300 points
Durham AAA
East Anglia AAB-BBB
East London 160 points
Edge Hill 200 points (V101)
Edinburgh BBB
Essex 300 points
Exeter AAA-AAB points
Glamorgan 200-240 points
Glasgow ABB
Gloucestershire 200-280 points
Goldsmiths College, University of London BBB (V101)
Greenwich 180 points
Hertfordshire 200-240 points
Huddersfield 280-320 points
Hull 300 points
Kent 320 points
King’s College London AAAb
Kingston 220 points
Lampeter 200-300 points
Lancaster ABB
Leeds AAB
Leeds Trinity and All Saints 160-240 points
Leeds Metropolitan 180 points
Leicester 300-320 points
Lincoln 220 points
Liverpool AAB
Liverpool Hope 240 points
Liverpool John Moores 160-200 points
London Metropolitan 200 points
London School of Economics and Political Science ABB (V146)
Manchester AAA-AAB
Manchester Metropolitan 220 points
Newcastle Upon Tyne AAB
Newman College of Higher Education 160-240 points
Newport 200 points
Northampton 180-220 points
North East Wales Institute of Higher Education 160-200 points
Northumbria 280 points
Nottingham AAB
Nottingham Trent 240 points
Oxford AAA-AAB
Oxford Brookes BBB
Plymouth 240 points
Portsmouth 240-300 points
Queen Mary, University of London 320 points (V101)
Reading 300 points
Richmond, the International University in London 260 points
Roehampton 240-320 points
Royal Holloway, University of London AAB
SOAS 280 points
Sheffield AAB-ABaa
Sheffield Hallam 240 points
St Martin's College, Lancaster; Ambleside; Carlisle; London 200 points
Southampton ABB
St Andrews AAB
St Mary’s College 160-200 points
Stirling BCC
Strathclyde BB-BCC
University Campus Suffolk 140-200 points
Sunderland 160(V101)
Sussex AAB-BBB
Swansea 240-300 points
Teesside 140 points
University College London AAAe-AABe
University College London - School of Slavonic and East European Studies ABBe (V101)
Warwick AABc
Westminster CCC
Wolverhampton 160-220 points
Winchester 240-280 points
Worcester 160 points
York AAB
York St John College 160 points

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Categorically

AAA (360 points)
Bristol
Cambridge
Durham
Exeter
King’s College London
Manchester
Oxford
University College London


AAB (340 points)
Birmingham
Cardiff
East Anglia
Leeds
Liverpool
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Nottingham
Royal Holloway, University of London
Sheffield
St Andrews
Sussex
Warwick
York


ABB (320 points)
Glasgow
Huddersfield
Kent
Lancaster
Leicester
London School of Economics and Political Science (V146)
Queen Mary, University of London (V101)
Roehampton
Southampton
University College London - School of Slavonic and East European Studies (V101)


BBB (300 points)
Aberystwyth
Chester
Dundee
Edinburgh
Essex
Goldsmiths College, University of London (V101)
Hull
Lampeter
Oxford Brookes (V101)
Portsmouth
Reading
Swansea
UWE, Bristol


BBC (280 points)
Gloucestershire
Northumbria
SOAS
Winchester


BCC (260 points)
Bangor
Brunel
Richmond, the International University in London
Stirling
Strathclyde


CCC (240 points)
Aberdeen
Bath Spa
Bradford (VR19)
Chichester
De Montfort
Glamorgan
Herfordshire
Leeds Trinity and All Saints
Newman College of Higher Education
Nottingham Trent
Plymouth
Sheffield Hallam
Westminster


CCD (220 points)
Central Lancashire
Kingston
Lincoln
Liverpool Hope
Manchester Metropolitan
Northampton
Wolverhampton


CDD (200 points)
Anglia Ruskin (V140)
Bolton
Cumbria
Derby
Edge Hill (V101)
Liverpool John Moores
London Metropolitan
Newport
North East Wales Institute of Higher Education
St Martin's College, Lancaster; Ambleside; Carlisle; London
St Mary's College
University Campus Suffolk



DDD (180 points)
Greenwich
Leeds Metropolitan


DDE (160 points)
East London
Sunderland (V101)
Worcester
York St John College


CC (160 points)
Canterbury Christ Church


DEE (140 points)
Teesside
Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln


NB. Each university is categorised by the highest grades (points) it demands.

The Times Good University Guide's Top 20 Universities for History
1. Cambridge
2. Durham
3. King's College London
4. Oxford
5. LSE
6. Warwick
7. UCL
8. York
9. St Andrews
10. Royal Holloway
11.=Exeter
11.=Bristol
13.=Edinburgh
13.=Bristol
14. Sheffield
15. Leeds
16. Nottingham
17. Keele
18. Queen Mary, London
20. Newcastle

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Caveats
sebyevans: Don't forget a lot of the higher universities stipulate an A in History.

Peter:_The_Great: 98% of offers from Oxford are AAA or better. Those who get an AAB offer are usually very strong candidates applying post A-level.

Lizj: Durham will not make you an offer without at least 6 A*s at GCSE. It is not published by them but it is non negotiable.

thefin: Be very wary of the Edinburgh BBB.

Speaking from personal experience, FadeToBlackout, says, "Cambridge (and Ox too) treat on individual merits, and even if you miss the offer and get AAB you could still get in."[/QUOTE]
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