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    (Original post by ChemEftw)
    Just got my UCAS confirmation! Woohoo!
    I guess I'm no longer an offer-holder

    (Original post by camaieu)
    I really hope all goes well for you. Although the bar is set high with regards to grades, there is a bit of wiggle room.



    Woohoo. What college/subject?

    I recognise the name - ChemEng through Natsci perhaps?
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    (Original post by camaieu)
    I really hope all goes well for you. Although the bar is set high with regards to grades, there is a bit of wiggle room.



    Woohoo. What college/subject?
    Thank you Trinhall H813 :P

    (Original post by wibletg)
    I recognise the name - ChemEng through Natsci perhaps?
    Indeed. I think my name kinda gave that away.
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    Look at all you lucky buggers with confirmed places, the rest of us have another soul destroying 5 weeks before we know!
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    (Original post by ChemEftw)
    Thank you Trinhall H813 :P


    Indeed. I think my name kinda gave that away.
    50:50 guess

    got a feeling you'll get some tit hall love coming your way in a sec
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    5 weeks to go, though honestly I'm putting it out of my mind. Hopefully everything goes well, and I'll be joining you all there. Physical NatSci at Christ's, fingers crossed!


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    Are there any introductory Chemical Engineering books that a good to read. (Maths content doesn't matter, the more the merrier)
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    Heyyyy anyone in Robinson?
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    (Original post by ChemEftw)
    Thank you Trinhall H813 :P


    Indeed. I think my name kinda gave that away.
    Tit Hall love is definitely in need, we're a close knit lot

    I can't wait until (hopefully) we find out our rooms. I'm hoping for one looking over Latham Lawn!
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    (Original post by bananarama2)
    Are there any introductory Chemical Engineering books that a good to read. (Maths content doesn't matter, the more the merrier)
    I've got these two lying at home, they're pretty good

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Chemical-Eng...al+engineering

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Introduction...al+engineering


    (Original post by ChemEftw)
    Just got my UCAS confirmation! Woohoo!
    I guess I'm no longer an offer-holder
    I got into ChemEng via NatSci as well, seems like we'll be colleagues x)
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    Had my third results day dream last night... With over a month to go this is getting ridiculous!


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    (Original post by olliswe)
    I've got these two lying at home, they're pretty good

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Chemical-Eng...al+engineering

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Introduction...al+engineering




    I got into ChemEng via NatSci as well, seems like we'll be colleagues x)
    (Original post by bananarama2)
    Are there any introductory Chemical Engineering books that a good to read. (Maths content doesn't matter, the more the merrier)


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    I can recommend the first book there at the very least :P
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    60 out of 60 distinctions - I'm no longer an offer holder! See you on campus!
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    (Original post by bananarama2)
    Are there any introductory Chemical Engineering books that a good to read. (Maths content doesn't matter, the more the merrier)
    I would wait until next summer to read for chem eng as you won't be doing any of it until second year. It'll be more useful to read for the subjects you'll do in first year, ie chemistry, biology subjects. Although personally I'd suggest you just enjoy your holiday, it's not going to be of much benefit
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    (Original post by AlfieL)
    60 out of 60 distinctions - I'm no longer an offer holder! See you on campus!
    What course/college are you?
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    So who's in on the whole **** this let's have fun? And how many have keine Konditione?


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      So who's in on the whole **** this let's have fun? And how many have keine Konditione?
      Umm, of course? ;D Kicking back in Budapest at the moment.
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      Risking it and going for a day in Cambridge :cool:

      I'm going to see if I can find all of the departments and see a few sights!

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      (Original post by Caitlin_dj)
      Had my third results day dream last night... With over a month to go this is getting ridiculous!


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      Impressive... And how are these dreams going? I'm only on one so far, but it went so very badly...

      (Original post by LAstudent)
      Just found out - 5s on all of my AP exams (although luckily the offer wasn't that horrendously demanding) means I'm headed to Cambridge in the fall!

      ....excuse me while I have a one person dance party in my bedroom...
      Congrats!
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      (Original post by Caitlin_dj)
      Had my third results day dream last night... With over a month to go this is getting ridiculous!
      To be honest, I'm more worried that I haven't had any nightmares, I'm starting to think my subconscious mind doesn't care at all
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      (Original post by Oromis263)
      Umm, of course? ;D Kicking back in Budapest at the moment.
      :hi:

      Sorry, couldn't resist.
     
     
     
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