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    I know there are tons of rah threads, and I am in no way "rah bashing", but someone one the most rah university thread brought up a point about the number of rahs being course-dependent. I'm just interested, what are the most rah courses in your opinion? Just curious
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    BA(Hons) Rah Studies
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    In my experience Medicine or Economics.
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    Art History.
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    From my experience, you tend to get a lot in either the old respected courses like classics, archaeology, etc and in vocational courses that lead you to professional jobs, like medicine, pharmacy, etc.
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    Equine Science? :dontknow:
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    Politics
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    English is rah heavy too
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    Geoggers.
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    Politics
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    Lady Gaga studies. If you listen carefully, she says rah a few times "rah rah, rom ah ah" see?
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    Lol so many rah threads today... I honestly have no idea.
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    English, Geography, History of Art
    The more arty subjects that aren't social sciences (like pyschology) or academic (like philosophy) or truely arts subjects (like drama, art etc.)
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    (Original post by toasteh)
    Art History.
    This is the credited response.
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    what's rah?
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    Ok....so for once and all....

    Humanities

    Classics
    Geography
    Economics
    Art history
    English Lit.
    French

    Vocational]

    Medicine
    Vet med
    Accounting


    I must say they don't seem to take maths, chemical engineering, architecture, nursing, midwifery, physics, chem, german, arabic etc
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    Does anyone else detest the word "Rah" or is it just me?
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    (Original post by esimmons)
    Politics
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    Politics
    Care to explain why?
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    (Original post by Ripper)
    Does anyone else detest the word "Rah" or is it just me?
    Yah
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    (Original post by SergioMZ)
    Care to explain why?
    I'm doing politics as part of a joint honours and there are a lot of Rah's on my politics course.
 
 
 
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