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    At University , is the course Maths , more male or female dominated?
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    Male, and by quite a margin often.
    In Warwick where I am it is something like 18% female
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    Thanks
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    I'm interested - why did you want to know?
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    (Original post by cheshiremum)
    I'm interested - why did you want to know?
    Because im going to study Maths at Uni?
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    More male, around 70% of my course were male
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    (Original post by cheshiremum)
    I'm interested - why did you want to know?
    Because even mathematicians have a sex drive.


    It's hard to get your head around, but even that hardcore nerdy mathematician wants some..
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    (Original post by Bath~Student)
    Because even mathematicians have a sex drive.


    It's hard to get your head around, but even that hardcore nerdy mathematician wants some..


    Gotta love that justification.
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    (Original post by Bath~Student)
    Because even mathematicians have a sex drive.


    It's hard to get your head around, but even that hardcore nerdy mathematician wants some..
    That presupposes mathematicians are only interested in other mathematicians though....it is entirely possible to speak to socialise with and sleep with people who aren't on your course?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Because im going to study Maths at Uni?
    So you just want to know what to expect? I think the gender mix at Open Days in Maths Departments is pretty similar to that on the course - and definitely predominantly male.
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    (Original post by cheshiremum)
    So you just want to know what to expect? I think the gender mix at Open Days in Maths Departments is pretty similar to that on the course - and definitely predominantly male.
    Yeahh just wanted to know what to expect , thanks anyways
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    If you have any other questions about studying Maths let me know I studied Maths
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    At my uni (Newcastle), it's like 50/50. So not all unis are male-dominated.
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    (Original post by sabana)
    If you have any other questions about studying Maths let me know I studied Maths
    Ahh thanks dw i will do
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    At Heriot Watt, maths is one of the more balanced subjects in terms of gender. Most year groups are between 50/50 and 60/40 (towards the male side) I'd say.
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    (Original post by qno2)
    At Heriot Watt, maths is one of the more balanced subjects in terms of gender. Most year groups are between 50/50 and 60/40 (towards the male side) I'd say.
    Ahh okay thanks
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    Maybe 60:40 at Bath.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Maybe 60:40 at Bath.
    Not applied to Bath so its fine
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Not applied to Bath so its fine
    You're missing out
 
 
 
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