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NVDTahir
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Hi guys, first of all a bit of background about myself. I'm 18, a year 13 student studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths. I'm predicted an A in chem, B in biology and maths.

I'm kinda torn between 3 universities at the moment, I applied to study Biomedical Sciences. UCLan offered me a place for BBB, Hull (BBB) and Westminster (CCC).

I loved the city of London as a whole, so I wanted to go to Westminster obviously because of that. But after reading reviews and other forums about the University itself I'm considering other options.

Hull, on the other hand had a better university but I kinda didn't like the way the city looked the first time I saw it to be honest. It was sort of dull compared to London (no offence to any Hull residents! ), but the University had a better course structure and better facilities and was a tad friendlier.

Can people here advise me a little bit? Thanks guys
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(Original post by NVDTahir)
Hi guys, first of all a bit of background about myself. I'm 18, a year 13 student studying Biology, Chemistry and Maths. I'm predicted an A in chem, B in biology and maths.

I'm kinda torn between 3 universities at the moment, I applied to study Biomedical Sciences. UCLan offered me a place for BBB, Hull (BBB) and Westminster (CCC).

I loved the city of London as a whole, so I wanted to go to Westminster obviously because of that. But after reading reviews and other forums about the University itself I'm considering other options.

Hull, on the other hand had a better university but I kinda didn't like the way the city looked the first time I saw it to be honest. It was sort of dull compared to London (no offence to any Hull residents! ), but the University had a better course structure and better facilities and was a tad friendlier.

Can people here advise me a little bit? Thanks guys
It's not just about loving the area, you also have to think about the university itself and how the institution will help you to achieve the best out of your ability, and the degree course.

You mentioned that Hull has better course structure, better facilities and friendlier. All of that are positive things and you should take it into consideration. ( I think you've answered your own question at this point )

Definitely pick a university with the highest entry requirements, read over student reviews for Hull and UCLan, and check the uni league board for biomedical science.

I hope you make the right decision ^_^


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I found this website good for helping me to decide and compare unis.
http://university.which.co.uk/
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Cheers guys, will take that on board!
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