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    (Original post by jamesman13)
    yay exeter is amazingg i saw it i got offers from st androobs durham warwick and bath lol

    good luck!!
    haha omg, we could end up at the same place... which is your firm do you think... if I get Durham than thats my favourite followed closely by exeter
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    (Original post by nuttynatz)
    haha omg, we could end up at the same place... which is your firm do you think... if I get Durham than thats my favourite followed closely by exeter
    cant decide either durham or st andys tbh, they both have castles and cathedrals <3 and like i dont wanna go somewhere ill be pressured into going out clubbing everyyy day i prefer partiesss
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    (Original post by jamesman13)
    cant decide either durham or st andys tbh, they both have castles and cathedrals <3 and like i dont wanna go somewhere ill be pressured into going out clubbing everyyy day i prefer partiesss
    yeah same here... I like going out with friends and stuff... but every night is a bit heavy... I prefer somewhere a bit more chilled where you can just relax with friends and stuff... thats why I like the college system at Durham and the uni itself... it seems like you can go out if you like... but there are also pubs and stuff to just hang out at. My friend has applied to St Andrewds for economics... it looks really nice.. I wanted to apply there.. but they dont do law ah... decisions decisions..
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    I got a conditional from Durham earlier this month for history. I believe all I have to do is fill out a form, so essentially it is unconditional. Today I got an acceptance letter from Van Mildert. Can anyone tell me about this college? I didn't have a college preference and really don't know much about it. I'm leaning much more towards St. Andrews though to be honest.
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    (Original post by nuttynatz)
    Durham is my favourite.. but i'm pretty much happy wherever I go uni sounds amazing. I've got offers from Exeter and Surrey, still waiting on Durham and Warwick.. and was recently rejected from Oxford:mad:

    and you?
    Me too - Oxford reject, offer from Exeter & waiting on Durham, - I'd love to get an offer from there...but have also applied to King's & Bristol. Which college did you apply to?
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    (Original post by Bobcat65)
    Anyone got an offer for Natural Sciences yet?
    Ye I have, at St Mary's College, what does ur AES say?
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    I've applied for NatSci at St Cuths, hopefully it wont be too long til i hear from them
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    I just checked the natural sciences website for my particular choice, and I have realised there is much less flexibility than I initially thought, but thats alright, they are good modules
    Are people generally applying to BSc or MSci natural sciences?
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    (Original post by LukethePianoMan)
    I just checked the natural sciences website for my particular choice, and I have realised there is much less flexibility than I initially thought, but thats alright, they are good modules
    Are people generally applying to BSc or MSci natural sciences?
    I've applied for the MSci in physics but I think I'm going to try and do the physics and maths joint honours instead. It's very restrictive though, I worked out I will have maybe one free module to choose another subject (I want to do philosophy) for the first couple of years and that's it. It's a shame because there are some physics modules that I wouldnt mind missing out as they seem less useful, but if I do I can't get the joint honours.
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    (Original post by sam1am)
    I've applied for the MSci in physics but I think I'm going to try and do the physics and maths joint honours instead. It's very restrictive though, I worked out I will have maybe one free module to choose another subject (I want to do philosophy) for the first couple of years and that's it. It's a shame because there are some physics modules that I wouldnt mind missing out as they seem less useful, but if I do I can't get the joint honours.
    Ye thats almost exactly my situation, I would've liked to do the Molecules in Action chemistry module, but I wouldn't mind doing the joint honours, I'm just thinking where I want to go with it at the end, which subject I want to do the research project in and all that. It will be a tough choice!
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    (Original post by LukethePianoMan)
    Ye thats almost exactly my situation, I would've liked to do the Molecules in Action chemistry module, but I wouldn't mind doing the joint honours, I'm just thinking where I want to go with it at the end, which subject I want to do the research project in and all that. It will be a tough choice!
    Yeah, I am wondering whether do the course as if I was doing it just a maths masters so I don't have to do "Discovery Skills in Physics" and "Lab Skills and Practilce" because I am more interested in the theoretical side, and just doing lots of physics modules as well. I guess I'll see what I feel like when (and if) I get there.
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    (Original post by sam1am)
    Yeah, I am wondering whether do the course as if I was doing it just a maths masters so I don't have to do "Discovery Skills in Physics" and "Lab Skills and Practilce" because I am more interested in the theoretical side, and just doing lots of physics modules as well. I guess I'll see what I feel like when (and if) I get there.
    Ye I'm more interested in the theoretical side too, but it says you have to do those 2 modules, so hopefully I'll get more confident at practical work
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    Still waiting on International Relations (L250). I swear waiting till March will kill me, especially since I've already been rejected from LSE.
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    (Original post by riever86)
    Me too - Oxford reject, offer from Exeter & waiting on Durham, - I'd love to get an offer from there...but have also applied to King's & Bristol. Which college did you apply to?
    applied for hatfield.. But but I dont really mind where I go... as long as I get an offer... but preferably on the Bailey than on the hill. and you?? Hopefully I'll see you there next year what are you applying for?
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    Any mathmo's got offers yet? If so which college?
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    (Original post by LukethePianoMan)
    Ye I have, at St Mary's College, what does ur AES say?
    Congrats. My AES says in department. I only applied in November though...
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    (Original post by nuttynatz)
    Has anyone got offers for law????
    I'm dying here... got rejected from Oxford.. and I really really really want Durham.
    This is agonising... I hate waiting
    I haven't heard anything either I'm considering suicide, jk. But good luck-i hope you get an offer!!!!
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    (Original post by kay_mart1)
    I haven't heard anything either I'm considering suicide, jk. But good luck-i hope you get an offer!!!!
    haha.. me too.. I've been dying... I really like Durham!

    Good luck... I hope you get one to
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    (Original post by nuttynatz)
    applied for hatfield.. But but I dont really mind where I go... as long as I get an offer... but preferably on the Bailey than on the hill. and you?? Hopefully I'll see you there next year what are you applying for?
    I'm applying for law, at St. John's. I do love Durham, actually spent the first 8 years of my life there. I'm applying as a 24-yr-old, so I'm not banking on an offer...but it'd be really nice if I did get one. I'm living in London at the moment, and a smaller, peaceful place like Durham would be a nice change. Oh well, nothing but to wait and see! good luck...
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    (Original post by Bobcat65)
    Congrats. My AES says in department. I only applied in November though...
    Ye, could take any amount of time, don't worry about it, a good 80% of applicants get offers
 
 
 
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