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    Has anyone on here applied to the University of Birmingham to study Psychology? Anyone planning on putting it as a firm or insurance? I think I will firm my offer. Let's talk!
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    Hey! I applied to the University of Birmingham to study psychology and have already set it as my firm choice. Now I just need to get the grades haha
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    (Original post by sophie.morris)
    Hey! I applied to the University of Birmingham to study psychology and have already set it as my firm choice. Now I just need to get the grades haha
    Hey! That's cool, I'm going to put Birmingham as my firm soon too. What's your name? Where are you from?
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    (Original post by 31011991)
    Hey! That's cool, I'm going to put Birmingham as my firm soon too. What's your name? Where are you from?
    My name's Sophie, what's yours? I'm from Staffordshire, what about you? Have you studied Psychology already at A level?
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    (Original post by sophie.morris)
    My name's Sophie, what's yours? I'm from Staffordshire, what about you? Have you studied Psychology already at A level?
    My name is Elle, and I'm from Manchester! I have studied Psychology at GCSE and A Level. What about you?
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    (Original post by 31011991)
    My name is Elle, and I'm from Manchester! I have studied Psychology at GCSE and A Level. What about you?
    That's such a pretty name! I've studied psychology at A level, as well as biology and English literature. What other subjects do you do?
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    I'm studying psychology at As level any tips and should I take it at A2?
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    (Original post by sophie.morris)
    That's such a pretty name! I've studied psychology at A level, as well as biology and English literature. What other subjects do you do?
    Thank you!! I'm also studying RE and Sociology What is going to be your insurance choice?
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    (Original post by Charlyy27114)
    I'm studying psychology at As level any tips and should I take it at A2?
    You should do it at A2, only if you like it of course, but if you like it at AS then do it! As for tips, just start your revision early and in small sections rather than cramming in the last month or so. Make revision notes or cue cards or whatever works for you and do past papers
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    (Original post by 31011991)
    Thank you!! I'm also studying RE and Sociology What is going to be your insurance choice?
    I wish I'd taken sociology instead of biology, I think I would've preferred it Keele, just in case I don't get the grades, what about you?
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    (Original post by sophie.morris)
    I wish I'd taken sociology instead of biology, I think I would've preferred it Keele, just in case I don't get the grades, what about you?
    That's so funny, I wish I'd taken biology instead of sociology!! I really dislike sociology at the moment My insurance is going to be Manchester!
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    (Original post by 31011991)
    That's so funny, I wish I'd taken biology instead of sociology!! I really dislike sociology at the moment My insurance is going to be Manchester!
    Woah that's so weird! I don't like biology, it's too hard for me Ah right
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    (Original post by sophie.morris)
    Woah that's so weird! I don't like biology, it's too hard for me Ah right
    I know, I have heard that biology is really hard, so maybe it was best! Which accommodation are you going to apply for?
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    (Original post by Charlyy27114)
    I'm studying psychology at As level any tips and should I take it at A2?
    Definitely make sure you love the course at the moment, and look at the next years modules to see if you think you'd enjoy them. Have all of your revision notes done by February half term (Easter holiday at the latest). Do as many past papers, timed, without notes, as you possibly can! Hope this helps
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    Hello I'm thinking about firming Birmingham aswell
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    Firmed Birmingham today!! Can't wait😏 have any of you applied for accommodation or anything??? They opened it so early which was weird
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    Hello guys! I'm actually going to be commuting in every day, though I know people think that's a bad idea, I'm gonna do it anyway haha
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    (Original post by izzy_hill)
    Firmed Birmingham today!! Can't wait😏 have any of you applied for accommodation or anything??? They opened it so early which was weird
    I have applied and I have put the Oakley Court duplex as my first choice as I only live in Staffordshire so I thought I would go for a cheaper accommodation how about you??
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    (Original post by sophie.morris)
    Hello guys! I'm actually going to be commuting in every day, though I know people think that's a bad idea, I'm gonna do it anyway haha
    no that's not a bad idea!! A girl who was in the year above at my school now commutes into London for uni (I'm from Hertfordshire so we're only about 30 mins away by train) and it works out fine for her, if you're able to then it's a good option 😊
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    (Original post by amylouise5)
    I have applied and I have put the Oakley Court duplex as my first choice as I only live in Staffordshire so I thought I would go for a cheaper accommodation how about you??
    That's awesome, I hope you get it! I think I put Mason as my preferred one, and then selly oak was second if I remember right, and so on. Idk if they have a percentage for how many students get their first choice haha but I hope we get ours!
 
 
 
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