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    I'm going into A2 next year and I need to narrow down my uni choices and start visiting open days.
    I got 2A's and D for AS (the D can be blamed on a medical condition throughout the year so I should hopefully get at least an AAB next year)
    I'm hoping to study psychology at Uni but I'm finding it so hard to compare universities!
    I won't get to go to many open days because my mum works a lot and I can't pay for the train fare. Some I'm interested in are York, Bath, Newcastle.
    I'm quite an introvert so I'd prefer not to be in a big city (I live in london currently and fancy a change) so a small-ish campus would be ideal.

    Thanks
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    Exeter is good for psychology and doesn't have that crowded city vibe. It's a beautiful place to study and has a lovely open campus with a lot of amenities
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    Cambridge
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    http://www.thecompleteuniversityguid...s?s=Psychology
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    Surrey university is in Guildford which is close to London while being a nice and small city - it's also a campus university which was quite quiet during the year I was there.

    I'm sure their Psychology degree offers a placement year as well.
 
 
 
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