nah, still really bad for me... it only half loads pages, doesn't post my posts first time... I keep having to refresh three times to see a page some times! Especially in the Imperial subforum - the forums seem to be better, hahaha! :P
Regarding the OP, my worries lie more in the fact that I may come out of this experience more nerdy and one-dimensional than if I attended the same course at oxbridge/ucl/other multi-faculty uni simply under the (possibly unjustified) assumption that there will be more scope for intellectual conversation at these places...
I kinda just imagined walking into a random (common) room/kitchen and at a multifac uni having theologians, philosophers, lawyers etc all in the same room chipping into a discussion about the news/politics/ethics etc
..and then I imagine walking into the same room/kitchen at Imperial and having just scientists around..
Of course, I'm not saying that *no* scientist reads books not directly relevant to their course or that they're dull.. but rather that being surrounded by people who've devoted most of their education to subjects you haven't studied might be enriching and might make for a more well-rounded educational experience..
*puts away his giant brush to stop the tar from dripping onto keyboard *
Anybody else having these worries? If not, I'll just sit in the corner and stay quiet..