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    Hi, I'm currently in the second year of a maths undergraduate degree at Cambridge and planning to do mostly statistics/probability courses next year. I was wondering what kind of marks I would need in my degree to be able to do the Oxford MSc applied statistics course next year (I know they say they want a high first from most candidates, but I also know that that some courses accept lower classifications/percentages from Oxbridge students in reality).

    Also, would someone be able to give me some idea as to what the course is like?e.g. How theoretical is the course (if at all), and is most of the time spent programming? Also, are the students doing the course mostly continuing on from an Oxford maths undergrad?
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