Where can you see university league tables for 2004?

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without buying the book.
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(Original post by Supreme Emperor)
without buying the book.
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They are not published yet.
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You can see The Times' and The Grauniad's via their websites.
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without buying the book.
They're not published yet.

Try visiting the web sites over the next few weeks. Or visiting a library.
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They are not published yet.
They are for entry for 2004, those published in September will be the 2005 league tables. It's a very odd system.
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They are for entry for 2004, those published in September will be the 2005 league tables. It's a very odd system.
It depends if its the Times or Guardian. The Guardian one will be the 2004 league tables which is due to be published in a matter of weeks. Pencil Queen will know more.
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It depends if its the Times or Guardian. The Guardian one will be the 2004 league tables which is due to be published in a matter of weeks. Pencil Queen will know more.
Well I know that The Times' 2004 League Tables were published some time ago, in 2003.
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Well I know that The Times' 2004 League Tables were published some time ago, in 2003.
the times 2005 table is coming out in 1/2 weeks
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