Ppe applicants 2017???!Watch this thread
I really want Exeter but I'm applying Lancaster and probably York too. No idea where else
Oxford (Bailliol), LSE, UCL, Durham, Exeter
All the courses look good, what was of note was that the LSE course was a 4 year one as opposed to the normal 3, which didn't particularly bother me but might put you off if you want to get into work or wherever more quickly. Also the UCL course is classified as a BSc, bachelor of science, while all the others are BA, bachelor of Arts, which might say something about the approach to PPE at UCL
This link from 2013 might help: https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/unde...g2013Entry.pdf
Is anyone ready for the TSA next Wednesday?
Hi, what were everyones predicted grades (applying for UCL and LSE). Mine are currently A*AA but not sure if I should apply there.
LSE ask for an A* in Maths don't they? If your A* prediction is in Maths then go for it!
Bristol Economics and Phil or Econ and Pol? And congratulations on your offers thats great! Would you mind sharing your predicted grades as I was also hoping to apply to Nottingham
Economics and Politics (I should have realised that was pretty ambiguous). I have predicted grades of 4 A*s (think it is unlikely I will get this, because doing 4 means I have less time for each subject) but Notts don't require anything like that- my offer is the usual A*AA/A*ABB. Where else are you thinking of applying?
Wow thats amazing congratulations! I'm still so unsure on where to apply, Im pretty sure I will apply to Kings, UCL and Warwick but not too sure on the other two. Potentially Nottingham, York, Leeds or LSE (big risk but worth a try)