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    Easiest to hardest:

    Biology
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    Further Maths

    Although I think biology and chemistry are pretty much as easy as each other.
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    (Original post by longsightdon)
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    Is it the electricity part of physics you find tough?
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    Is it the electricity part of physics you find tough?
    EVERYTHING haha - I absoutely suck at mechanics... G482 is fine tho
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    (Original post by longsightdon)
    EVERYTHING haha - I absoutely suck at mechanics... G482 is fine tho
    Oh ok, I do AQA - I find the particles, quantum phenomena, waves and materials fine, but the electricity and mechanics is really hard
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    My A2s from easiest to hardest:
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    Offers for maths from imperial, warwick, durham, bath
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    Can't decide whether to firm LSE philosophy and economics or Oxford PPE

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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
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    Can't decide whether to firm LSE philosophy and economics or Oxford PPE

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    Deffo PPE.

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    Deffo PPE.

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    Reasons?

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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    Can't decide whether to firm LSE philosophy and economics or Oxford PPE

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    This dilemma has been going on for a while now hasn't it
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    Yeah, I thought I'd give it some time to naturally resolve itself. Evidently it hasn't :P

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    Maths

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    Further Maths (I'm doing the straight mechanics course )

    Exeter, Lancaster, Liverpool, Warwick All for engineering
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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    Yeah, I thought I'd give it some time to naturally resolve itself. Evidently it hasn't :P

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    I'd suggest doing PPE at Oxford, simply because it's Oxford. The implications that alone has on career prospects is amazing. Also, I'm sure the courses are similar enough that it wouldn't make much difference. Unless you want to be in the city, go Oxford.
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    English =/= Sociology =/= ICT =/= French

    love them all so there's not much difficulty
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    (Original post by powelsmartin)
    Reasons?

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    The degree has produced a huge amount of UK/international politicians and a couple Prime Ministers.


    On top of that, it's seen as the 'poster child' course for Oxford in that elite employers sometimes give preference to PPE grads (obviously a minority of them).


    LSE's course has nowhere near the same clout.

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