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    Which course would you prefer? Which campus/city do you prefer? Have you looked to see if there are any different methods of teaching that you may like/dislike? Does reputation matter to you? How is the accommodation at these places? Answer these questions on both universities then weigh up your answers and you'll be able to see which you should go to.

    I reckon you should firm Nottingham, since economics makes up more of the course and that is what you ultimately want to do and therefore need more experience and knowledge of. Also you say there is no preference for what subject you get the grades in, which is better as you will pay attention to all your subjects as opposed to specific ones in order to get the grades.

    But then again, consider personal merit, what's going to be best for you in the long run? I'm struggling with firm and insurance choices myself, but I'm going to do a pros and cons list for firm options and one for insurances.

    Good luck!

    put your first choice as the place you really want to go to and I suspect that is Notiingham. Another factor to think fact is how comfortable are you going to feel living in the middle of a massive city and only you can make that decision.
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