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    (Original post by nadinehend)
    I'm studying... A-level: Maths, Physics, Biology and Economics
    Welsh Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma

    I'm interested in... Hockey, Rounders and Reading

    I'm thinking about... Which Universities??? Which Subject?? Which Courses?? :-S
    Hi there! How are you? Welcome to

    How did your exams go? I hope they went
    well. Did you just sit your AS or A2?

    You might want to check out our Study Help Forum. It might come in handy for your future studies.

    Here's a link to our Universities forum and our Uni Courses forum. Do you have an idea of what courses you would like to study? Judging from your A-Level courses, I'm guessing something science-y.

    If you have any questions or queries just quote me in here and I'll respond as soon as possible.
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    (Original post by minhle20)
    Hi there! How are you? Welcome to

    How did your exams go? I hope they went
    well. Did you just sit your AS or A2?

    You might want to check out our Study Help Forum. It might come in handy for your future studies.

    Here's a link to our Universities forum and our Uni Courses forum. Do you have an idea of what courses you would like to study? Judging from your A-Level courses, I'm guessing something science-y.

    If you have any questions or queries just quote me in here and I'll respond as soon as possible.
    Thanks for your reply, I've just finished my AS exams and am now looking at unis. My biggest query at the moment is about open days. Would I be better off visiting a local uni that I'm not really interested in (just to get a feel for uni life) or a uni about 3 hours away that's got a better reputation but might be difficult to get in? Hope you can help
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    (Original post by nadinehend)
    Thanks for your reply, I've just finished my AS exams and am now looking at unis. My biggest query at the moment is about open days. Would I be better off visiting a local uni that I'm not really interested in (just to get a feel for uni life) or a uni about 3 hours away that's got a better reputation but might be difficult to get in? Hope you can help
    Is it possible to visit both over the course of the summer? I believe the majority of unis have multiple open days.

    I do recommend you to visit as many different unis you are interested in as possible. Open days are a great way to get a feel of the place. It's really important to pick a place you comfortable and happy with because you are going to be spending 3+ years there and you should make the most of it.
 
 
 
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