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    Hey

    I got offers to study psychology from all 5 unis and i need to firm one and keep one as an insurance.

    I'm hoping to get ABB for my a levels, but if I'm being realistic i'll probably end up with ABC. I was wondering how lenient are the universities if i miss a a grade?

    Also, I cant choose between Liverpool uni (ABB) , Swansea uni (BBB) and Bournemouth (BBC). Which two should i go for? Which two is better in terms of social life and city life?

    Lastly, What do you guys think of Nottingham Trent? cause i got an offer there but i'm not sure about it and havent considered it yet..
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    It all depends what you want really, if your looking for a good university that offers good night out and exceptional social/city life then I'll doubt you should go to Bournemouth, Swansea won't be bad but I'll rather go liverpool in terms of social life. I'll probably head to Liverpool simply because it is a respected Russel Group university and there won't be that many places that will offer better education with a good city life as well, that's where im heading this year (hopefully) If I achieve my ABB offer. Nottingham ain't bad but it's abit of a boring city iv'e heard plus going to either. All the best in the future!
 
 
 
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