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    hello! i am sitting here about to click on my final decision thingy on ucas. just come back from a philosophy open day at warwick (hi to anyone who was there also) and am certain that is my first choice. i think nottingham should be my insurance (bbb offer), which means rejecting edinburgh and sussex at bbb offers and durham (grey) at abb. please tell me i am making a wise choice in this, so i can click the button right now. edinburgh is too cold and far away and sussex is expensive and less fancy, i think.
    go on, tell me to do it.
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    (Original post by covered farm wa)
    hello! i am sitting here about to click on my final decision thingy on ucas. just come back from a philosophy open day at warwick (hi to anyone who was there also) and am certain that is my first choice. i think nottingham should be my insurance (bbb offer), which means rejecting edinburgh and sussex at bbb offers and durham (grey) at abb. please tell me i am making a wise choice in this, so i can click the button right now. edinburgh is too cold and far away and sussex is expensive and less fancy, i think.
    go on, tell me to do it.
    emma
    xxx

    i think definitely wife choice for warwick for 1st choice. I would personally choose durham over nottingham for philiosophy mainly because of the crime of nottingham but hey its an insurance its not that important
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    Remember that your insurance offer is just that - insurance. Ideally you shouldn't have to worry about your insurance offer. Warwick is a good choice for your firm, so stick with that and aim to get those required grades. Anyway, I'd pick Durham or Notts for insurance.

    good choice, go for it, warwick will be great
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    (Original post by hornblower)
    Remember that your insurance offer is just that - insurance. Ideally you shouldn't have to worry about your insurance offer. Warwick is a good choice for your firm, so stick with that and aim to get those required grades. Anyway, I'd pick Durham or Notts for insurance.

    accept warwick ur mad if u dont, its one of the best unis! how good is that! im going to warwick i started dancin in the street wen i got accepted!
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    oh my goodness, i've done it!

    ucas is all finished with until june now...
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    I would personally choose durham over nottingham for philiosophy mainly because of the crime of nottingham but hey its an insurance its not that important
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    (Original post by covered farm wa)
    oh my goodness, i've done it!

    ucas is all finished with until june now...
    Good luck!
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    (Original post by covered farm wa)
    oh my goodness, i've done it!

    ucas is all finished with until june now...

    well done warwick is heeps better hope ur ready for it
 
 
 

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