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    Ok, so I want to apply to study philosophy at uni this year, and one of the places I would really like to apply to is St. Andrews. Only problem is it's in Scotland, and about 8 hours away from home so I can't realistically just pop over there for one of their visiting days. All of their visiting days are on Wednesdays so I would end up missing most of the school week to go there, but I don't really want to apply somewhere I haven't been to before :/

    Could anyone advice me as to whether it's worth missing 3 days of school or if I should just leave it and apply anyway? Or if there are any other alternatives??

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    Well if you went up the Tuesday morning beforehand, stayed in a bnb, went to the open day on the Wednesday.

    They usually start around 10am so spend about 4-5 hours there looking round and asking questions then get a train home or drive or whatever, you could be home by 10-11 on the night and get some sleep ready for college on Thursday
 
 
 
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