MSc Water and Environmental ManagementWatch
So I've just finished my 2nd year on exchange (home inst. is Plymouth), achieved a 4.0 GPA during my time in CO which counts to my overall degree, and would hope to be achieving a 1st, or 2:1 overall. I'd describe myself as an outgoing student, (student rep, multiple charity events, went on exchange, very driven and self motivated, sure I'll get 2 good refs etc.) So my question is, will I be able to land a spot in the masters program at Bristol, or have my previous grades let me down? I didn't do so well at A-Levels for a variety of reasons, but mainly my laziness and distractions, but feel I have improved tenfold academically and become a much better student, doing a lot of extra work to try and improve my application, a couple of journal article summaries a week to show, things like that..
Of course I know there are a lot of factors that go into every application, and I'm not expecting a solid answer, just whether its worth me even applying?
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