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    Just wondering if anyone knew of any sites that have questionnaires on that you can fill out and they tell you which courses at university will be best suited to you?

    ta for any responses




    P.S. Mr White is an S&M monkey

    http://www.ukcoursefinder.com/

    Please, stop with the Mr White and S&M crap. Does it really matter if he's into S&M or not?
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    i just thought i'd say that i just used the link above + it is a good coursefinder- it got all the subjects i want to do in the top 5 subjects- pretty impressive when you consider i want to do a joint degree in 2 pretty different subjects (maths + psychology) + then go onto qualify in a actuarial studies- i'd definately give it a go + it only takes about 10/15 minutes
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    maths and psychology arnt that different really. you'll use a lot of the stats in practical psychology.

    love Katy ***
 
 
 
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