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hi jst wondered wot unis u guys r lookin at?
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Well there will be two groups of people who answer that question... those holding offers to go to Uni this September OR those applying this coming year.

I'm in the first of those groups,

Holding offers at

University of Sheffield (BBB - Firm)

Accountancy and Financial Management (50 %) & Mathematics (50 %)

University of Southampton (BBBb - Insurance)

Financial Mathematics.
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I'm only looking at my nearest university. If I can't get in, then I'll be getting a full-time job next year.
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I should be going to Birmingham to do Comp Sci (BBB). My firm offer was originally Durham (AAB), but I decided to change it.
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I'm in the second group, i.e. entry in 2004.Want to do economics and management if possible at oxford, if not management at LSE, Southampton, Warwick, King's, or Oxford Brookes.
How about you?

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im still going to exeter, there are several threads on this topic
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Funny how the treads all seem to end up at the sam point, exam results, and uni.

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I'm in the second group too. Depending on results I'm applying to Cambridge, York, Durham, Warwick, Leeds and King's.
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Good choice.

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ive just finished As's looking ot do maths at cam, warwick, imperial, york, bath wont get in cam hopefully get in warwick for 2004 entry.
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Good luck.

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am i the only one who's going to ucl? it seems no-one is even considerring going there. whats wrong with the place? (be kind, i put it down as my firm choice!)
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UCL's great, don't worry, I've heard loads of good things about it and some of my friends are there
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Originally posted by Unregistered
am i the only one who's going to ucl? it seems no-one is even considerring going there. whats wrong with the place? (be kind, i put it down as my firm choice!)
I probably would have applied there if I wanted to stay in London (same with Imperial and King's).
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I've just finished my AS exams, and I'm thinking of applying to Bangor University
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I was lookin at UCL for economics, but decided I'd rather go for maagement, so am now looking at Oxford, LSE, King's

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thanks for ur reasurances about ucl ::relief!:: for a moment i was beginning to have a panic attack about my choices! lol.
thank 2 all u nice happy people!
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I'm going to East Anglia cos I can't get in anywhere intellectual!!!
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What subject is that for?

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Chemistry with Analytical Chemistry. Its an MChem course and I get to spend a year of it abroad (so I'm hoping to do it in Canada). Loughborough is my insurance choice, but just for a BSc cos they don't do the whole year abroad thing, and I don't think I could spend 4 years in the same place to get an MChem.
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