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    I was thinking of applying for these universities.

    Queen Mary- ABB
    Edinburgh - History. Unknown ER as I meet some of the criteria for lower requirements.
    Leeds -Politics and Parliamentary studies. BBB with access scheme for the disadvantaged.
    Stirling - History and Politics BCC
    Brunel - History and Politics BCC + Extended Project.

    From a Politics aspect, are they decent choices to make?
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    I think London Met is the best tbh.
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      What are your predicted grades? Clearly, the best places to apply would be LSE, Oxford, Warwick which have the best politics department.
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      I'm predicted A*-ABB or ABC but I don't want to place all my eggs in one basket.

      I'm not going for fantastic, just good unis
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      Leeds (of course!) Edinburgh & QM are all good places, the last two less so.
     
     
     
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