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Hey everyone!

As an american applicant applying for statistics, economics, and finance at UCL, I was wondering if my recent offer at Warwick economics means that I have a good shot at UCL? Can I expect a UCL offer as well?

Thanks for everyone's advice
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Yeah, you probably do. Out of everyone I know, if they have a Warwick offer, then they usually have a UCL offer too, vice versa. They're exactly the same but Warwick is 2nd for Economics so don't pass that offer! Unless you really want to go to London. It has quite a large amount of American students too this year! Especially those on exchange schemes (mainly from Stanford, UC Berkeley, Brown and Cornell). You really shouldn't pass the offer!!! Good luck (And it's also close to London anyway aha).
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