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    Given that there has been a boom of subject societies formed I thought I'd keep them here in an index for you:

    UKL Russian Society (UKL RusSoc)
    UKL Physics Society (UKL PhySoc)
    * UKL Physics Society Members List (UKL PhySoc)
    The UKL History Society (UKL HistSoc)
    UKL Music Society (UKL MusSoc)
    The UKL English Language Society (UKL E/LangSoc)
    UKL Literature Society (UKL E/LitSoc)
    UKL Philosophy Society (UKL PhilSoc)
    UKL Economics Society (UKL EcoSoc)
    UKL Geography Society (UKL GeogSoc)
    UKL Biology Society (UKL BioSoc)
    UKL Chemistry Society (UKL ChemSoc)
    UKL Psychology Society (UKL PsychSoc)
    UKL Mathematical Society (UKL MathSoc)
    * A New Mathematical Society (UKL NewMathSoc)
    * UKL P3 Haters Society (UKL BadP3Soc)
    La Sociedad Española de UKL (UKL SpanSoc)
    La Société Française d'UKL (UKL French Soc)
    Der Deutschverein des UKL Forums (UKL GermSoc)
    UKL Medical Society (UKL MedSoc)
    The UK Learning Classical Society (UKL ClassSoc)
    UKL Law Society (UKL LawSoc)
    UKL Art Society (UKL ArtSoc)
    UKL Business Society (UKL BusSoc)
    UKL Drama Society (UKL DraSoc)
    UKL Politics Society (UKL PolSoc)
    Only officially affiliated UKL Societies will have (UKL *subject*Soc) inserted in their titles (the bracketed bit will be added by Moderators who deem the society worthy of affiliation) and only those affiliated will be listed here.

    Do NOT fall for cheap immitations !

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    I think you should make this a sticky.
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    Two things:

    Big dilemma as to whether this goes into "About" or "Academic". Something to debate.

    And, do the societies need the UKL prefix?
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Two things:

    Big dilemma as to whether this goes into "About" or "Academic". Something to debate.

    And, do the societies need the UKL prefix?
    It's really Academic - thats what the discussions would be about.
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    So I assume the "non-selective" MathSoc is the official MathSoc then?
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    (Original post by theaman)
    I think you should make this a sticky.
    Done it.

    (Original post by ZJewelH)
    Two things:

    Big dilemma as to whether this goes into "About" or "Academic". Something to debate.

    And, do the societies need the UKL prefix?
    I've copied the post with the index in to the About UKL forum, and locked it.

    Societies don't need the UKL prefix, however to be official UKL societies, do need the suffix that you'll find on all the names of the societies in the index.

    (Original post by ZJewelH)
    So I assume the "non-selective" MathSoc is the official MathSoc then?
    Yeah it is, and as such it has been renamed "UKL Mathematical Society" though I believed that "A New Mathematical Society" was worthy of a link and affiliation to the list, as well as the "UKL P3 Haters Society", which I realise is a case of jumping on the bandwagon, but does summerize the hatred towards this one unit of Maths, and for the bulk part at Edexcel (London Qualifications).
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    You mean fall, not fool in your first post.
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    Could you add the Classical Society to the list - I think it was the first subject society: http://www.uk-learning.net/t35936.html

    edit: thanks
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    The only point of a SOc. is to see what subjetcs people are interetxed in,

    OR maybe you shud have Socierty meetings in a chat room fdoxor
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    Why do some of the societies in your list have an * by them?
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    Because they are the best ones.
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    (Original post by mik1a)
    Because they are the best ones.
    of course

    After we've all done our exams, the PhySoc will have to start discussing interesting problems etc, so that evryone is free to join in. We could start weekly lecturers on relativity/quantum mechanics/1st yr undergrad work. Now if we could only convince elpaw to teach us it......
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    (Original post by Hoofbeat)
    of course

    After we've all done our exams, the PhySoc will have to start discussing interesting problems etc, so that evryone is free to join in. We could start weekly lecturers on relativity/quantum mechanics/1st yr undergrad work. Now if we could only convince elpaw to teach us it......
    Lol.
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    (Original post by Nylex)
    Lol.
    or maybe Nylex....
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    How come there is no UKL ICT/Computing Society?
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    Do you think there would be enough students here who study legal/law to start a Law Society?
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    (Original post by trev1122)
    How come there is no UKL ICT/Computing Society?
    There is a forum dedicated to that
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    Would anyone be interested in starting up/ joining a politics society?

    I know we have Politics and Government students here, but we all seem to be starting up new threads all the time. I thought it might be easier for us to discuss our issues and past papers etc if we start a society...

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    (Original post by Golden Maverick)
    There is a forum dedicated to that
    Not for academic purposes though.

    trev1122, if you do set a society up, you should do either ICT or Computing, because they are two different subjects.
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    Can this be added too please? http://www.uk-learning.net/t52411.html It's a law one.
 
 
 
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