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(Original post by alliah208)
I'm here for Psychology! Hopefully coming in September, trying my best to meet my A*AA offer :P

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I have an unconditional offer letter for Computer Science.
Looking for some cheap and shared room near university any help?
Also can anyone tell me what will be the living expense there, as I'm an Indian everything is gonna be new to me.
On site it say 322 pounds per week.
Will it actually cost that much because it too expensive i guess at least for me....
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Hi! I am a Spanish offer holder and I just got my exam results, but I can't find any information of how to send my results tu UCL. Does anyone know how to or have any useful links? Thanks!
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(Original post by HdezSer)
Hi! I am a Spanish offer holder and I just got my exam results, but I can't find any information of how to send my results tu UCL. Does anyone know how to or have any useful links? Thanks!
enhorabuena! I'm not an expert, but I think your best bet would be to phone or email admissions
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(Original post by florecita28)
enhorabuena! I'm not an expert, but I think your best bet would be to phone or email admissions
Gracias! I will try that, thanks!
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(Original post by NutellaLatte)
Got an offer for Psychology with Education today, SO HAPPY! ....not going to lie, currently having a panic attack but it's all good (hopefully?), I just really hope I'm able to attain 300 tariff points.
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/careers/departm...chology_degree
Median starting salary of £19,000...why are you so happy lol
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(Original post by Sideman420)
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/careers/departm...chology_degree
Median starting salary of £19,000...why are you so happy lol
Wow, you're not even funny. You do know that money is not everthing, don't you?
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(Original post by NutellaLatte)
Got an offer for Psychology
with Education today, SO HAPPY! ....not going to lie, currently having a panic attack but it's all good (hopefully?), I just really hope I'm able to attain 300 tariff points.
Was wondering what were your predicted grades/ UCAS points?
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Wow, you're not even funny. You do know that money is not everthing, don't you?
Oh please, when she's in 27,000 pounds of debt, living in London so gotta pay back them accommodation costs, living expenses are insane and shes earning 3 grand below the average wage when she leaves..What is the point? Uni is an investment, if she likes psychology, read a book, don't spend 27 thousand pounds.
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(Original post by Sideman420)
Oh please, when she's in 27,000 pounds of debt, living in London so gotta pay back them accommodation costs, living expenses are insane and shes earning 3 grand below the average wage when she leaves..What is the point? Uni is an investment, if she likes psychology, read a book, don't spend 27 thousand pounds.
You are entitiled to your own opinion, and so is she, as is every person pursuing higher education for any reason they choose. Sorry, but I can't deal with people who don't understand the idea of having a passion about whatever subject (be it economics, psychology, law etc.) that goes beyond everything in the world that money could ever buy. So stop throwing these links that don't mean a thing in everyone's face. Not everyone is going to uni for money, thank you very much!
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(Original post by sabina12)
You are entitiled to your own opinion, and so is she, as is every person pursuing higher education for any reason they choose. Sorry, but I can't deal with people who don't understand the idea of having a passion about whatever subject (be it economics, psychology, law etc.) that goes beyond everything in the world that money could ever buy. So stop throwing these links that don't mean a thing in everyone's face. Not everyone is going to uni for money, thank you very much!
Fair enough, maybe you'll care about link http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/ukhome/Pe...-the-team.html
I'm joking, I just think its all good to have a passion but it needs to be realistic and people regret taking unemployable courses...but w/e its your lives just trying to be helpful
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(Original post by Sideman420)
Fair enough, maybe you'll care about link http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/ukhome/Pe...-the-team.html
I'm joking, I just think its all good to have a passion but it needs to be realistic and people regret taking unemployable courses...but w/e its your lives just trying to be helpful
I thought it's already been common sense that the major you study at university doesn't determine either your career path, your salary or the field you're going to end up working in. Psychology, philosophy, sociology and other majors deemed as "unemployable", as you said, are actually extremely versatile and would be beneficial for lots of jobs. (not serving fries at McDonalds, thank you ) It ultimately comes down to what you do with the degree, the experience you have acquired and your ambition.
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(Original post by sabina12)
I thought it's already been common sense that the major you study at university doesn't determine either your career path, your salary or the field you're going to end up working in. Psychology, philosophy, sociology and other majors deemed as "unemployable", as you said, are actually extremely versatile and would be beneficial for lots of jobs. (not serving fries at McDonalds, thank you ) It ultimately comes down to what you do with the degree, the experience you have acquired and your ambition.
That's just not true...engineers and scientists are massively in demand and require the scientific knowledge to do their jobs which only can only be obtained from education therefore university is useful. People will never use the **** they learn in Philosophy and Sociology for their jobs as learning about Aristotle's bull**** is irrelevant to real world application.
http://newcastle.tab.co.uk/2014/03/2...yed-after-uni/
http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/...ent-prospects/ -Never find Physics or Chemistry or w/e to be unemployable.
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Unconditional offer to study Law, was wondering who is in the same situation and if they know of any good reading to do. I am scared!
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(Original post by Sideman420)
That's just not true...engineers and scientists are massively in demand and require the scientific knowledge to do their jobs which only can only be obtained from education therefore university is useful. People will never use the **** they learn in Philosophy and Sociology for their jobs as learning about Aristotle's bull**** is irrelevant to real world application.
http://newcastle.tab.co.uk/2014/03/2...yed-after-uni/
http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/...ent-prospects/ -Never find Physics or Chemistry or w/e to be unemployable.
Ok, I see where you're coming from. But I ask you a question - if a person has no inclination towards science subjects, dislike maths, physics, chemistry, biology, dentistry - you get the idea - and would actually be much happier with a social or arts-related degree, what can they do? Waste 3 years of their lives studying a subject they hate with passion, possibly fail their studies AND moreover end up with a job they hate as much as their degree for the rest of their lives?
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(Original post by sabina12)
Ok, I see where you're coming from. But I ask you a question - if a person has no inclination towards science subjects, dislike maths, physics, chemistry, biology, dentistry - you get the idea - and would actually be much happier with a social or arts-related degree, what can they do? Waste 3 years of their lives studying a subject they hate with passion, possibly fail their studies AND moreover end up with a job they hate as much as their degree for the rest of their lives?
Fair enough, if they hate everything else forcing them to study a degree such as sociology etc then yeah as long as they are able to accept the difficulty ahead
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Do you know anyone who has been accepted to ucl without a pass in the 4th AS? I have an offer but it includes a pass in a further AS which i have to do all by myself
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Hey guys, I've literally just signed up to ask this question as I am (surprisingly) struggling to find the answer. What is the actual start date/ move in for 2015/16 freshers?
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Hey guys, I've literally just signed up to ask this question as I am (surprisingly) struggling to find the answer. What is the actual start date/ move in for 2015/16 freshers?
The 19th of September is what I have been told.
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I enjoy envisioning bloody murders of privately educated people. Will I cope at UCL?
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