Attack on BloodhoundWatch
Dispite this underperformance they insist on demanding incredibly good grades which would also get you into Warwick (ranked 4th).
How can they justify wanting the same grades as a Warwick when they are no where near as good at the course (accoring to rankings).
Does anyone else really want to do 2 seperate completely unrelated subjects??
I know that I could take a course which offers both (40% + 60%) but there are very few Uni's that actually offer these two and there are about 2 which I would consider going to. Would it be frowned upon to apply for a course which combines 2 totally different subjects???
I think I will end up doing Comp. Sci. because I suppose that I should be doing something that I am best at, although if that were true then would be copying software from some underground lair in China.
I have made up my mind (for today - will be different in the morning).
but if you don't (ofcourse you'll be dissapointed but-) it's not the end of the world...you'll prob enjoy it wherever you go...*here comes another tale of my family *sigh**
-my mum got great O levels (or whatever they used to be) and had an offer from oxford but ended up suprising everyone with really bad grades at A Level. She got into Warwick through clearing (it wasn't the great uni it is now back then...) she met my dad (still together) there and friends she still has today aswell as getting a reasonably good degree...
...so children, the moral of the story is if you don't get the grades- 'insert traditional 'not end of world' speech to suit'... .
As I say, best wishes and hope you get the grades.
so this is an overal
'good for you!' *so tempted to add a cheesy 'sonny' to that*
saves me repeating myself