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    Hi everyone! :yes:
    I'm an Italian (hopefully) future PPEist.
    I got rejected by Oxford but I've been made two conditional offers from KCL and Warwick while waiting for Durham and York to reply. Should I have applied to UCL or LSE? Feel like I screwed up with my five choices tbh...should I firm KCL or Warwick? Or maybe Durham if I ever get an offer... Kinda need a good advice :sigh:

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    (Original post by FraRaffa)
    Hi everyone! :yes:
    I'm an Italian (hopefully) future PPEist.
    I got rejected by Oxford but I've been made two conditional offers from KCL and Warwick while waiting for Durham and York to reply. Should I have applied to UCL or LSE? Feel like I screwed up with my five choices tbh...should I firm KCL or Warwick? Or maybe Durham if I ever get an offer... Kinda need a good advice :sigh:

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    Doesn't matter where you should have applied. I know very little about PPE -- I daresay a PPEist could give you better advice, but in their hither forthto absence, I will try to help. Looking at the Guardian university guide, for philosophy, kcl 8th, warwick 20th, Durham 4th, York 19th. For politics, kcl 11, warwick 7, durham 13, york 10. For economics, kcl ?, warwick 3, durham 5, york 14. So which one do you want to major in? But also look at the environment, you should try to visit your top two choices, see which you prefer. Also league tables aren't the be-all and end-all, but if you have a preference for, say, economics, they may guide you to the strongest program.

    AFAIK, you are guaranteed to get all your offers/rejections in before you have to firm up your firm and insurance.
 
 
 
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