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    (Original post by Ultimate1)
    Well accomodation will be approximately £4000 so you'll have ~£1000 left over.
    not necessarily
    my accommodation costs over £6000
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    (Original post by sundogs)
    not necessarily
    my accommodation costs over £6000
    Hmmm...well for the lowest accomodation it costs about £4000. And how are you covering your costs?!
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    I've already answered this in the accommodation thread.


    General answer is no. Even if she were to live in somewhere like Astor, there would still be only about £450 pounds left - which is £15 a week to live off.

    Accommodation will cost about £4600, at minimum, for a single room this coming academic year.
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    (Original post by Ultimate1)
    Hmmm...well for the lowest accomodation it costs about £4000. And how are you covering your costs?!
    4000 is if you're sharing a room, very few people want to do this. most of my friends pay what I'm paying or at least 5000 or more. Most have a part time job or help from parents/ savings.
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    (Original post by sundogs)
    not necessarily
    my accommodation costs over £6000
    If you don't mind me asking, how much do you pay weekly for your room? Is it intercollegiate or UCL Halls?


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    (Original post by JulietAlphaGolf)
    If you don't mind me asking, how much do you pay weekly for your room? Is it intercollegiate or UCL Halls?


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    UCL Halls - James Lighthill House, I pay a back breaking 167 a week :/ it's self catered ensuite
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    (Original post by JulietAlphaGolf)
    If you don't mind me asking, how much do you pay weekly for your room? Is it intercollegiate or UCL Halls?


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    Intercollegiate halls were around 140 a week two years ago, so probably 160 a week now. College Hall is 200 per week. :nothing:

    (Original post by sundogs)
    UCL Halls - James Lighthill House, I pay a back breaking 167 a week :/ it's self catered ensuite
    Jeeeesus! James Lighthill is 167 per week?! I went there to visit mates in first year and it's built like a prison; not a particularly great location either.
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    (Original post by zjs)
    Intercollegiate halls were around 140 a week two years ago, so probably 160 a week now. College Hall is 200 per week. :nothing:
    Thanks

    Sorry but College Hall as in UCL Hall?:confused:
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    (Original post by JulietAlphaGolf)
    Thanks

    Sorry but College Hall as in UCL Hall?:confused:
    College Hall as in one of the intercollegiate halls that UCL has student places at, yeah.
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    (Original post by zjs)
    College Hall as in one of the intercollegiate halls that UCL has student places at, yeah.
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by zjs)
    Intercollegiate halls were around 140 a week two years ago, so probably 160 a week now. College Hall is 200 per week. :nothing:



    Jeeeesus! James Lighthill is 167 per week?! I went there to visit mates in first year and it's built like a prison; not a particularly great location either.
    that's a little harsh. much better security and post system than some of the other halls(i'm thinking camden). the rooms are an excellent size too and the kitchens are well equipped with 2 of everything pretty much.
    speaking of camden, much better location then ifor evans/max rayne. it's only 20 minute walk from ucl and walking distance to kings cross station and euston

    I agree its overpriced but you're really paying for the ensuite.
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    Hey, I have asked for Prankerd.....with a little slip in the form.

    Now considering it works and I do get in, will I have made the right choice?

    Thanks guys
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    (Original post by TheRockMaster)
    Hey, I have asked for Prankerd.....with a little slip in the form.

    Now considering it works and I do get in, will I have made the right choice?

    Thanks guys
    I didn't know you could ask for certain halls with a slip :O

    Would of gone for astor Is there anything i can do to change it ie ring them so i can aim for astor?

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    (Original post by JulietAlphaGolf)
    I didn't know you could ask for certain halls with a slip :O

    Would of gone for astor Is there anything i can do to change it ie ring them so i can aim for astor?

    Thanks
    I know it was a long shot but hope it works lol

    how the exams going?
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    (Original post by TheRockMaster)
    I know it was a long shot but hope it works lol

    how the exams going?
    Had three resits all went good i guess but the last one was a bit URGH

    Got 7 more to come in 12 DAYS!

    Dreading Geo U3 and Bio U5 man

    Wbu?
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    Natural sciences 2011 :d
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    (Original post by shmoobly)
    Natural sciences 2011 :d
    Nice one...Earth Sciences for me
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    I've just finished my A Level exams, but I'm really worried, because a close relative died recently, and I was wondering if, because my school sent a special circumstances letter to both the exam board and UCL, but in case I screwed up my exams, would UCL be understanding?
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    If anyone could help me out it would be much appreciated!

    I will be applying to UCL next year for Physics or Maths and I was wondering what the standards are for entry and if I would have a good chance given my GCSE's and AS level results;

    2 A*s 5 A's 2 B's 1 C at GCSE; somewhere around AABB for AS level (maths, fm, physics, chem)

    or if anyone could point me to a thread with things like this in!

    Thanks very much!
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    (Original post by Benniboi1)
    If anyone could help me out it would be much appreciated!

    I will be applying to UCL next year for Physics or Maths and I was wondering what the standards are for entry and if I would have a good chance given my GCSE's and AS level results;

    2 A*s 5 A's 2 B's 1 C at GCSE; somewhere around AABB for AS level (maths, fm, physics, chem)

    or if anyone could point me to a thread with things like this in!

    Thanks very much!
    Those GCSEs should be fine for maths - the AS-levels I'm not too sure about. They made a point at the open day of saying that if they could, the maths department would make the standard offer A*A*A, so if you don't get 3 As at AS, you'll have to make sure your predictions are good enough.

    For maths admissions they look at your module scores as well.
 
 
 
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