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    hey guys

    I've gotten in for economics at Warwick and Durham, Economics and Finance at Bristol, and Economics (sandwich) at Bath.

    I think I'm going to go with Warwick for my firm, but I have no idea about my insurance.. hardly think there's any point in Bath though because the condition is even higher than Warwick haha!

    What do you think??
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    (Original post by jnt)
    hey guys

    I've gotten in for economics at Warwick and Durham, Economics and Finance at Bristol, and Economics (sandwich) at Bath.

    I think I'm going to go with Warwick for my firm, but I have no idea about my insurance.. hardly think there's any point in Bath though because the condition is even higher than Warwick haha!

    What do you think??
    You need to think about where you would be happy if you didn't get into your firm. While there is little point putting an insurance that is higher than your firm, I did do that, but it would depend on your grades and whether you think you could hit your firm offer. In short, choose where you think you will be happy if you don't get in your firm, to an extent, regardless of what the offer is.
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    The sandwich degree could be invaluable, so I would personally go for that.
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    what the above said, unless it's pretty definite you'll get your grades, make sure you like your insurance. I'm having the problem now with the fact my original insurance gave me a higher offer than intended and now my insurance is going to be a ****hole
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    (Original post by tillytots)
    what the above said, unless it's pretty definite you'll get your grades, make sure you like your insurance. I'm having the problem now with the fact my original insurance gave me a higher offer than intended and now my insurance is going to be a ****hole
    Cant you insure one of the others? UEA?
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    Try and choose an insurance that has a lower offer. But if that isn't possible (you didn't mention what offers you have) then I would just choose based on what you liked the best. So if you like Warwick the most, choose that for firm and then your second fave for insurance. (but don't put a higher offer as insurance... for obvious reasons )

    I hope this helps! Good luck!
 
 
 
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