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Can't decide what to firm, so I will choose the winner of this poll watch

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    Warwick
    4
    8.70%
    Imperial
    3
    6.52%
    London Met
    22
    47.83%
    Cambridge
    16
    34.78%
    St. Andrews
    1
    2.17%

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    The subject is maths
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    Please don't choose like this.

    You should consider where you will enjoy being most, which course interests you, where you want to live etcetc ad infinitum.
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    YES! I love having so much control in a stranger's life.
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    I am deciding your fate MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA
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    If you can't make this sort of decision yourself you should just skip uni altogether
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    Here I wonder why London Met is one of your five choices
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    Meh. I'm voting London Met.
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    Cambridge, because that's what Imsoacademic will tell you. :yep:
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    London Met because it's just so much better than the rest.
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    St. Andrews, because nobody else has voted for it yet. :smug:
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    (Original post by Destinor)
    The subject is maths
    If you need help deciding where to go then please create a thread in the Maths forum.

    However, make a poll (especially one which, I suspect, has a less than serious option) or certainly don't make your decision according to one. This thread and poll is doomed to failure.
 
 
 
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