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# Cambridge Offer Holders 2015 thread watch

1. (Original post by umutalberts)
Anybody else feeling really down and maybe depressed now that all the application excitement and stress is over?

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Not over yet for medics😂

But I guess you have a point, the whole application thing does make my life a tad more exciting...
2. (Original post by RainbowVeins)
Not over yet for medics������

But I guess you have a point, the whole application thing does make my life a tad more exciting...
What do you mean not yet for medics?
3. (Original post by aersh8)
Won't the string with length BP oscillate at its natural frequency and the others at a frequency proportional to their length?

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Not quite. Its a driven system and so after the transient response dies away all of them will oscillate at the driving frequency (i.e. The natural frequency of the heavy ball) they will oscillate with amplitudes depending on how their respective natural frequency relates to the driving frequency.

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4. (Original post by umutalberts)
Anybody else feeling really down and maybe depressed now that all the application excitement and stress is over?

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Why depressed? Mostly relief here if I'm honest lol
5. (Original post by Goods)
Not quite. Its a driven system and so after the transient response dies away all of them will oscillate at the driving frequency (i.e. The natural frequency of the heavy ball) they will oscillate with amplitudes depending on how their respective natural frequency relates to the driving frequency.

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Yeah I meant that the driving frequency will be the natural frequency for the thread with the same length so it will oscillate with greatest amplitude since maximum energy is absorbed and the amplitude of the other threads will essentially depend to how close their length is to that of the driving oscillation according to T = 2π(l/g)^0.5. I guess I just have to express myself more clearly

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6. (Original post by cerlohee)
Why depressed? Mostly relief here if I'm honest lol
The last half year has been an emotional roller-coaster so now that that's all over its kind of anticlimatic and so the excess adrenaline and what not may be causing mood swings that result in crap moods. I'm experiencing that too

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7. (Original post by umutalberts)
Anybody else feeling really down and maybe depressed now that all the application excitement and stress is over?

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Feel sorry for the mathmos, we have a guaranteed fail rate of 50% after offers normally. Bleddy STEP, gota love it though.

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8. In my offer letter is asked me to write and say if I was planning on accepting the offer, should this be done by letter or is email alright?
9. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Feel sorry for the mathmos, we have a guaranteed fail rate of 50% after offers normally. Bleddy STEP, gota love it though.

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55% actually. So most of you fail. Since I was crazy enough to choose CS with maths, I'll probably be one of them.
10. (Original post by alwaysalex)
In my offer letter is asked me to write and say if I was planning on accepting the offer, should this be done by letter or is email alright?
I did mine by email? (St John's)

If it's not alright for your college, the worst they can do is say "please could you send a letter, actually?" I suppose!
11. (Original post by Mini-Me)
Emmanuel

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Ayyeeeee me too
12. (Original post by alwaysalex)
In my offer letter is asked me to write and say if I was planning on accepting the offer, should this be done by letter or is email alright?
I sent it by email
13. (Original post by TVIO)
55% actually. So most of you fail. Since I was crazy enough to choose CS with maths, I'll probably be one of them.
Actually ~66% (offer) fail rate, but from the point of view of who eventually is still let in then yes youre right
14. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Feel sorry for the mathmos, we have a guaranteed fail rate of 50% after offers normally. Bleddy STEP, gota love it though.

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Have you heard back from imperial yet?

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15. (Original post by alwaysalex)
In my offer letter is asked me to write and say if I was planning on accepting the offer, should this be done by letter or is email alright?
I emailed the underwritten college, and cc-ed the vet school (open offer)

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16. Hi guys, Edexcel Maths/Further Maths threads if anyone's interested:

Edexcel FP1 - May 14th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post53788911
Edexcel FP2 - June 3rd, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post53788951
Edexcel FP3 - June 22nd, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3009805
Edexcel M2 - June 9th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...7#post53788967
Edexcel M3 - May 13th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post53789001
Edexcel S2 - June 22nd, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post53789023
Edexcel D1 - June 9th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...5#post53789045
17. (Original post by Elcor)
Hi guys, Edexcel Maths/Further Maths threads if anyone's interested:

Edexcel FP1 - May 14th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post53788911
Edexcel FP2 - June 3rd, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post53788951
Edexcel FP3 - June 22nd, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3009805
Edexcel M2 - June 9th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...7#post53788967
Edexcel M3 - May 13th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post53789001
Edexcel S2 - June 22nd, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post53789023
Edexcel D1 - June 9th, 2015: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...5#post53789045
Subscribed looking forward to the FP1 and M2 threads since I'm self-teaching

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18. Thoughts on putting Imperial - A*AAA as insurance rather than Bristol - AAA?
19. (Original post by M1llward)
Thoughts on putting Imperial - A*AAA as insurance rather than Bristol - AAA?
Depends on what your Cambridge offer is

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20. (Original post by laurensmiley97)
Depends on what your Cambridge offer is

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A*A*AA standard offer for Engineering (and A* doesnt have to be in FM which is nice)

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