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    I'm studying... Medicine

    I'm interested in... All kinds of different things. Physics, philosophy, EDM, and just getting ahead in the world.

    I'm thinking about... If it would be possible for an American like me to study in the UK!
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    Hey drewster
    That sounds really interesting of what youre studying / or wanting to study :-)

    I dont know how international study works im sure you can study in the uk but youll have to find out how it works :-)

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    Hey drewster
    That sounds really interesting of what youre studying / or wanting to study :-)

    I dont know how international study works im sure you can study in the uk but youll have to find out how it works :-)

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    Alright. Well it's already seeming like the same subsidized student loans that work in America could work in Britain!
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    Good luck :-) where in the uk would you go :-)

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    Good luck :-) where in the uk would you go :-)

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    Not really sure. I have a kinda middle-of-the-pack UKCAT score (2770, Band 1 SJ). What do you think is good?
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    There are some really nice cities in the uk depends how you are with bustlings and rushes as these cities can get busy lol

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    There are some really nice cities in the uk depends how you are with bustlings and rushes as these cities can get busy lol

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    Well, I'm actually currently living and working in Singapore so I'm used to that. So, what are the pros and cons to the various different areas?
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    Lol I live in a little town so I dont know the cons as such but the main pro is that there are some nice sight seeings I love goin out of the little town into the city to do touristy stuff lol so the likes of london eg: see buckingham palace, tower of london etc.
    York: goin round historical things that make york lol.
    Id choose somewhere that you'll be happy in living :-) if you are tempreture sensitive id recommend the south west of the uk which is cornwall and round that area :-) lovely and warm in the summer where as the rest of the uk is warm but has chances of rainin and the winters in the rest of the uk consist of rain and wind and if you think of goin scotland (north of uk) chances of snow lol

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