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    I am an IB student, with predicted grade of 38 (including bonus points) and I have applied to Warwick, Kings, Nottingham, Southampton and Manchester. All for Business and Management courses except for Warwick where I have applied for Law and Business Studies.

    I have already received offers from Warwick (36 Points), Nottingham (32 Points with 17 at HL), Southampton (34 points with 17 at HL) and Manchester (34 with 17 at HL). I am still waiting for Kings. Which offer seems to be the easiest one? I know Warwick's offer is the highest, but they don't have any HL requirements, which seems like a very good offer!

    If I do get my Kings offer, I am going to choose between Warwick and Kings, and I know I will be stuck with this decision. I am pretty sure Warwick is the best out of the five universities, but is Law good in Warwick? And what about Business? Which one should I go for?

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    I would say warwick is your best bet there but all your universities are very good (warwick, Notts and Kings a tiny bit higher) so i'd say just go with your gut feeling Xx
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    I don't know a lot about Business or Warwick/King's but I did go to visit Warwick (Chemistry) and the prospectus and the likes seems to really sell the Business School they have at Warwick, which I expect your course to have some integration with.

    In terms of the offer, that's up to you to decide how well you think you will and can do. You can always pick Warwick with the higher offer as a firm and insure the lower offer. I assume you didn't pick them all way out of range so you should have little problems!
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    What is Warwick like in terms of location? Is it close to London? Is Warwick's Law school good?
 
 
 
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