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    (Original post by 94george94)
    Ermmmm... 3 :sexface:
    That's not the point and you know it

    You can sympathise with how I feel, or did you have like a Bristol offer in the first 10 minutes of sending your application?
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    That's not the point and you know it

    You can sympathise with how I feel, or did you have like a Bristol offer in the first 10 minutes of sending your application?
    I can totally sympathise! It took 4 weeks for my offer!
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    Bristol

    Grades A*AA including
    Mathematics
    Economics
    to include grades AA in Core Mathematics C3 and C4

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    you have an A*AA offer?




    i'm joking, i'm joking
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    you have an A*AA offer?

    http://www.holytaco.com/wp-content/u...lson_haha3.jpg


    i'm joking, i'm joking
    Bristol trolled me. :troll:
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    Bristol trolled me. :troll:
    lol! who you gonna firm if you get all your offers?
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    (Original post by gradjobplease)
    Just to let everyone know, it doesn't get any better once you graduate. You just end up in exactly the same position, but with applying for jobs/postgrad
    This. I have an interview (well, AC) tomorrow morning, at 8:15...
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    lol! who you gonna firm if you get all your offers?
    Tough question.

    UCL - academic brilliance & amazing links to IB.
    Bristol or Nottingham - amazing social life but not the best links to IB.

    Would take me a long time to figure it out! :headfire:
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    Bristol

    Grades A*AA including
    Mathematics
    Economics
    to include grades AA in Core Mathematics C3 and C4


    Exeter

    grades AAA at A-Level in 3 subjects excluding General Studies

    York

    Obtain grades AAB at Advanced Level in 3 subjects including Mathematics

    Nice man, I've got offers from Exeter and Bristol, no York though
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    Tough question.

    UCL - academic brilliance & amazing links to IB.
    Bristol or Nottingham - amazing social life but not the best links to IB.

    Would take me a long time to figure it out! :headfire:
    UCL has a banging nightlife as well! But Bristol/Nottingham are the places to be in terms of student satisfaction (it seems!)

    then again...going to Bristol/Nottingham wont really harm your IB chances.
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    UCL has a banging nightlife as well! But Bristol/Nottingham are the places to be in terms of student satisfaction (it seems!)

    then again...going to Bristol/Nottingham wont really harm your IB chances.
    It's tough because living in London affects my decision as well.
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    (Original post by alex_hk90)
    This. I have an interview (well, AC) tomorrow morning, at 8:15...
    Good luck Who's it with?
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    Tough question.

    UCL - academic brilliance & amazing links to IB.
    Bristol or Nottingham - amazing social life but not the best links to IB.

    Would take me a long time to figure it out! :headfire:
    UCL all the way! :eek4: Would be for me anyway Nottingham has a ridiculously high average starting salary for economics grads, it's something like £28k compared to £23k for maths grads, don't know if they have some kind of connection? Either way I'd prefer UCL!
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    It's tough because living in London affects my decision as well.
    Yeah I guess thats a major factor. I have a friend at UCL who lives in intercollegiate halls at a decent (we're talking London here) price: £120 a week.

    What part of the country are you from?
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    UCL all the way! :eek4: Would be for me anyway Nottingham has a ridiculously high average starting salary for economics grads, it's something like £28k compared to £23k for maths grads, don't know if they have some kind of connection? Either way I'd prefer UCL!
    yeah notts are supposed to have really good graduate links..27k is a mad ting.

    :eek3:
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    (Original post by Tateco)
    UCL all the way! :eek4: Would be for me anyway Nottingham has a ridiculously high average starting salary for economics grads, it's something like £28k compared to £23k for maths grads, don't know if they have some kind of connection? Either way I'd prefer UCL!
    ^ Agree 100%

    Here's one for you: UCL or Warwick?
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    Yeah I guess thats a major factor. I have a friend at UCL who lives in intercollegiate halls at a decent (we're talking London here) price: £120 a week.

    What part of the country are you from?
    I meant that I live in London now, which means that it's unlikely that I'd be a priority for accommodation and I really don't want to live at home.
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    ^ Agree 100%

    Here's one for you: UCL or Warwick?
    UCL for me, with Warwick following very closely! How about you?
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    (Original post by 94george94)
    I meant that I live in London now, which means that it's unlikely that I'd be a priority for accommodation and I really don't want to live at home.
    Ah that does change things!
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    Warwick over UCL.

    Only cos I live in London though, and experiencing another part of the country would do me some good. Though, in comparison to where i actually live, central London is pretty much another part of the country for me :lol:

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    Good luck Who's it with?
    Thanks. It's with J.P. Morgan. I came all the way back from Beijing to attend it and as such I'm still quite jet-lagged but so be it.
 
 
 
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