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How did Surrey jump to the top 10 (or thereabouts) in the league tables? Watch

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    I am curious how it suddenly jumped?
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    Becuase league tables are a load of rubbish

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    I'm sure that we can debate the merits of including NSS scores in league tables as the single most important factor (*cough* Guardian), but yeah, there you go
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    (Original post by madmadmax321)
    Becuase league tables are a load of rubbish

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    In my opinion Surrey is not good
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    Simple. It was the illuminati.
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    (Original post by JohnGreek)
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    I'm sure that we can debate the merits of including NSS scores in league tables as the single most important factor (*cough* Guardian), but yeah, there you go
    But isn't it close to top 10 in Times and Complete as well? Can't be satisfaction scores alone...
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    (Original post by Grand High Witch)
    But isn't it close to top 10 in Times and Complete as well? Can't be satisfaction scores alone...
    A decent Physics department? There's nothing outstanding about being in the top 15, it just means that you are a very good university, nothing more, nothing less.
 
 
 
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