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    Am i pretty screwed that i haven't been to on open day yet?

    I'm still undecided between business economics and human biology and thought i would check out unis once i'd gotten that sorted, but our school is handing UCAS applications in in a month so the deadline is pretty close.

    what does an open day generally consist of?

    Would it be beneficial to take a tour of the uni even if i have missed the open days?

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    Am i pretty screwed that i haven't been to on open day yet?

    I'm still undecided between business economics and human biology and thought i would check out unis once i'd gotten that sorted, but our school is handing UCAS applications in in a month so the deadline is pretty close.

    what does an open day generally consist of?

    Would it be beneficial to take a tour of the uni even if i have missed the open days?

    thanks
    Loads of universities have open days running through sept/oct/nov so you havent missed them all. An open day lets you get a feel for the campus and the city, which is important since you'll be there for three years. Just go along anyway and check out both courses at the unis your interested in It also lets you ask questions about the course and speak to students there.
 
 
 
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