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    Which types of unis would everyone recommend? Feel free to add suggestions!

    My choices are: Manchester Met, Sheffield Hallam, Leeds Beckett and Nottingham Trent
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    Which types of unis would everyone recommend? Feel free to add suggestions!

    My choices are: Manchester Met, Sheffield Hallam, Leeds Beckett and Nottingham Trent
    What are your grades like?

    I honestly wouldn't recommend most of those, aside from maybe Nottingham Trent.

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    Predicted D* D* D* this year as I got DD last year. What other unis would you recommend?


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    Predicted D* D* D* this year as I got DD last year. What other unis would you recommend?


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    Predicted D* D* D* this year as I got DD last year. What other unis would you recommend?


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    YOU QUALIFY FOR WAAAAY BETTER UNIS THAN THE ONES YOU LISTED HAHA!!


    CS = Computer Science
    SE = Software Engineering

    Bath - CS - D*D*D* (need an A at GCSE Maths)
    Southampton - CS (with foundation year) - DDM
    Royal Holloway - CS or SE - DDD
    Nottingham - CS - D*D*D* (need 5 GCSEs at grade B or above)
    Cardiff - CS - D*D*D*
    Kings College London - CS - DDD
    QMUL - CS - D*DD (B in GCSE Maths)
    Loughborogh - D*DD (B in GCSE Maths + Maths for IT module)
    Brunel - CS - DDD
    Newcastle - CS - (on an individual basis)
    Sussex - CS - DDD-DDM
    UEA - CS - DDM
    Aston - CS -DDD
    Reading - CS - DDM
    Kent - CS - (on an individual basis)
    Swansea - CS - DDD
    Lancaster - CS - DDD

    Credit for most of this list goes to @yt7777


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    Haha really? Most of the higher unis ask for A-Level Maths which I don't have as I'm not taking A-Levels, not too sure on what to do?


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    Haha really? Most of the higher unis ask for A-Level Maths which I don't have as I'm not taking A-Levels, not too sure on what to do?


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    Wot, I just gave you a list of good unis that don't ask for A-level Maths..

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    I wouldn't want to do anything else rather that computer science though mate, not software engineering etc.


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    I wouldn't want to do anything else rather that computer science though mate, not software engineering etc.


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    Notice the 'or' in the post lol, there are both Software engineering and Computer Science courses available...



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    Notice the 'or' in the post lol, there are both Software engineering and Computer Science courses available...



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    I dont understand how people cant accept that not a lot of unis actually require A level maths :P
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    I dont understand how people cant accept that not a lot of unis actually require A level maths :P
    I'm just amazed at the lack of comprehension skills tbh

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    I wouldn't want to do anything else rather that computer science though mate, not software engineering etc.


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    Every uni on that list was for CS
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    I'm just amazed at the lack of comprehension skills tbh

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    I know right, its crazy
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    Lol I don't understand why you'd add the key 'SE' for software engineering when there wasn't any on the list hahah, that's how I got confused. Never read it through properly just briefly lol


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    Lol I don't understand why you'd add the key 'SE' for software engineering when there wasn't any on the list hahah, that's how I got confused. Never read it through properly just briefly lol


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    I dunno pal, I don't do A level maths, also found a tonne of good unis that would accept me. Most RG too!

    It takes like 10 seconds to find if a uni requires Maths and it takes another 10 seconds to access the uni and the CS course. Yeah, but seriously you need to up your reading skill bro!


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    Yeah fair enough mate. Haha still got a C for GCSE English so it's all good lol 😂😂
    I'm just gonna have to do some research for some RG unis that are decent for CS then.

    Was just wondering if there was any more unis you lot would recommend as I'm applying for 2016.


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