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Hi.
I applied a month ago for Mathematics and Statistics (with placement) at University of Surrey.
I was wondering if it was harder to be accepted applying with placement (due to the limited offers they can make) or if it doesn't really make a diference. If it does, and they wouldn't consider me with placement but they would without it, would they still send me an offer for studying that career without placement?
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Pretty sure that choosing a placement year course doesn't change your chance of being accepted since its just the same course but taking a year longer so you will be with people in the year below who didn't choose it after the placement year.
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