Hi, congrats! Although it is likely to be St. John's (and it's not correct to say that it would have been specified if it was), there are any number of other possibilities. Check out 'I Got Poo's' recent experience on TSR: interviewed at Corpus Christ twice and New once, then got similar letter to you, then got letter from St. Hugh's (which hadn't interviewed her at all) with an open offer (so actual collegenot known till Summer, but St. Hugh's underwrite the offer in case no other one available).
Great news anyway
Ahh, thank you for clearing that up! I was interviewed twice at Wadham and once at St. John's as well. I guess I'll just have to wait some more
Too much choice I think. I'm probably going to stick strictly with the 19th century. I might even choose that American module for comic effect. (I'm an American.)
I think I'm going to go for variety, probably just as a result of being constrained to 16th century history for two years by the A level system. I was genuinely leaning towards the American module actually! If I do specialise, it'll probably be 19th and 20th century. I might even do a language module .
Do you know anyone else for your course at your college. I met a few people at interviews but they all got rejected.
I've found one on student room but my first choice was Wadham so I didn't really get a chance to meet people from St. John's. I knew quite a few from Wadham but haven't heard from them since interviews.
I suppose it's better that way - making new friends and all that. I was kind of worried that everybody would have already made friends at interviews but I think that's just me being silly . Was Jesus your first choice?
Haha. At this point I'm just waiting to go to uni (see, I'm picking up on Britishisms already!), being that I hate my current school. I go to a Math and Science academy. I'm certain that confused my tutors to a slight degree. Sad thing is term doesn't start for over half a year.