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    Basically i got all 5 offers back and have chosen my first choice but when it comes to my second choice i'm fairly stuck. I have two university's which i think are nice, one takes the edge though but the other has similar requirements so i don't want to put it as my second choice for obvious reasons.

    I got accepted to do the Science foundation year at UWE, but i'm concerned about the degrees worth. To get onto the foundation year I have to obtain 120 points (Already have that) and that is the concern. Iv'e checked and all other foundation years which require a fairly higher amount of points/grades for entrance so i'm worried that the points they're asking for reflects their results and quality of the course/teacher. It's the best second option I have out of them all since, 1 or 2 aren't as good as two and as i said previous the two are very similar in points required.

    So basically the question im asking is, is this course worth putting as a backup, will it be recognised and seen as a 'good degree' since i'm not sure how good it looks to employers.

    Sorry if I've not made much sense but i'm a little stressed right now aha. If any of you could help me i'd much appreciate it.
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    Are all your offers for foundation courses? If not, why is just the UWE one for a foundation course? Can you rank the courses in order of your interest in them? Does doing well on the foundation courses guarantee you admission to the degree courses?
 
 
 
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