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    Who's decided to go there?

    I think i will be as i just got an offer and its unconditional!!!

    Means i can spend the rest of this year messing around and failing all my subjects without any consequences
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    (Original post by iiikewldude)
    Who's decided to go there?

    I think i will be as i just got an offer and its unconditional!!!

    Means i can spend the rest of this year messing around and failing all my subjects without any consequences
    Congrats!
    What grades have you got already? They must be good to give you an unconditional!
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    (Original post by Geogger)
    Congrats!
    What grades have you got already? They must be good to give you an unconditional!
    cheers, last year i got AAAAA in Scottish Highers (maths, english, physics, history and computing). I'm really pleased with in being unconditional as other places i applied to will want AAA from me this year as well.
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    You'll see me there. Also got an unconditional for Law... well done! Which college you in? So are you doing advanced highers this year?
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    (Original post by Laces)
    You'll see me there. Also got an unconditional for Law... well done! Which college you in? So are you doing advanced highers this year?
    cheers, i'm going to collingwood, r u going to the open day? And yeah im doing Advanced higher maths and history and a level physics

    well done to you as well
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    St. Johns here I come

    It's just a few minutes away from the law dept
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    (Original post by iiikewldude)
    cheers, i'm going to collingwood, r u going to the open day? And yeah im doing Advanced higher maths and history and a level physics

    well done to you as well
    thanks Yeah, i'm going to the open day...on the 23rd/24th. Going to that formal dinner. How about you? Well done with those higher grades, pretty impressive
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    (Original post by Laces)
    thanks Yeah, i'm going to the open day...on the 23rd/24th. Going to that formal dinner. How about you? Well done with those higher grades, pretty impressive
    I'm going to the open day on the 22/23 cos lse is on 24th. I havn't heard about the formal dinner yet, sounds good. I heard that we're probably getting reeking on this open day which sounds like good fun.

    What college did you apply to?
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    (Original post by iiikewldude)
    I'm going to the open day on the 22/23 cos lse is on 24th. I havn't heard about the formal dinner yet, sounds good. I heard that we're probably getting reeking on this open day which sounds like good fun.

    What college did you apply to?
    LSE is on the 24th? Are you sure? I thought it was April... mind you, i haven't been accepted by LSE yet ( if i will be at all) The damn short-list again. Do you have an offer?

    Applied to Hatfield and glad to say i got into my first choice
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    The Durham open days are great fun, I went to the one on jan 14th/15th, and really enjoyed it, there is the option of a night out in the union with other prospective students, so you get to know some of the people you'll be at uni with. Having said that, we met some third year physics students who took us to klute (a really cheesey nightclub) instead.
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    (Original post by figgetyfig)
    The Durham open days are great fun, I went to the one on jan 14th/15th, and really enjoyed it, there is the option of a night out in the union with other prospective students, so you get to know some of the people you'll be at uni with. Having said that, we met some third year physics students who took us to klute (a really cheesey nightclub) instead.
    cool sounds good fun, i'm looking forwards to it.
 
 
 
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