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    (Original post by kaosu_souzousha)
    Both are 3-4 years of Hell
    Not at all.
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    (Original post by kaosu_souzousha)
    Both are 3-4 years of Hell
    Probably a bit harsh. There's more to both Universities than the tough course.
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    (Original post by slylion1)
    fair enough. now ur out of school you will see that COWI really is the top tier.

    hope you do well and get that high 1st class.
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    Oh, they're not so bad really honestly. Yes you will have to work hard and particular parts of the course will want to make you scream because you don't get it. But how is that different from anything else you've studied before?
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    have you been sent any work from warwick?
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    Here are some examples from Imperial:

    Diagnostic test (when I took this, the average mark was something like 55 out of 60 and the modal mark was 60 - I think I got the second worst mark in the year or something rubbish but did alright in the end!!)

    Further maths practise

    And some corresponding stuff from Warwick and extra questions

    For the enthusiast:

    Imperial's Mathematical methods teaching page - this stuff is basically everything in Maths/Further Maths core with extras and some harder questions

    More Warwick diagnostic tests: Integration, Differentiation (sorry if its the same as the other, didn't bother looking) and Trigonometry

    (Its amazing what you can find on the website publicly, if you know where to look. There are great examples of problems from Oxbridge and other universities - let me know if people can't find stuff but what more! I decided to offer both Imperial and Warwick examples given the thread title )
 
 
 
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