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    I've been fortunate enough to obtain conditional offers to study mathematics from both Imperial College and Warwick University. I'm not sure which one I should put as my first choice.
    If you have any advice, please feel free to say it.
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    (Original post by The Chis)
    I've been fortunate enough to obtain conditional offers to study mathematics from both Imperial College and Warwick University. I'm not sure which one I should put as my first choice.
    If you have any advice, please feel free to say it.
    What are your offers from both?

    Assuming equal offers, even though I love Warwick I would pick Imperial first. Be warned though, Maths at Imperial is acclaimed to be excruciatingly difficult.
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    (Original post by The Chis)
    I've been fortunate enough to obtain conditional offers to study mathematics from both Imperial College and Warwick University. I'm not sure which one I should put as my first choice.
    If you have any advice, please feel free to say it.
    Whether you would prefer Imperial or Warwick has a lot to do with whether you want to live in London or a spacious campus. I doubt there's much to choose between the reputations.

    Another issue might be the offer. I expect Warwick requires STEP, whereas Imperial only likes it. Are you sure of making the STEP grade?
 
 
 
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