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    So ill be studying in UCL this year and I was just wondering if there friendly, good looking girls .. I know im not going uni for girls but its an important social factor for me tbh .. Also any tips if you are an experienced uni student? And what shall expect ??
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    The girls at UCL are bangtidy m8
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    Good looking, yes; friendly and available too, not so much Good news is, there are millions of other women around
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    The girls at UCL are bangtidy m8
    Why anon?
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    Sorry to disappoint but they are all unattractive. You're gonna have to pull from other unis
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Sorry to disappoint but they are all unattractive. You're gonna have to pull from other unis
    Of course.

    Birkbeck - all dem ladies out for Bingo night.
    Imperial - what girls?
    Westminster - you won't see freshers on Tinder, because left and right is a second year module.
    SOAS - girls are very easy to talk to - if you want to listen to a 2 hour monologue on water economics in Burundi or the importance of Saffron to the cultural heritage of the near east. (believe me, I have tried this)
    Kings - you'll never see them, Kings girls got better places to be than Bloomsbury.
    BPP/University of Law - or, "The gardens of crushed dreams" as they're otherwise known
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    Of course.

    Birkbeck - all dem ladies out for Bingo night.
    Imperial - what girls?
    Westminster - you won't see freshers on Tinder, because left and right is a second year module.
    SOAS - girls are very easy to talk to - if you want to listen to a 2 hour monologue on water economics in Burundi or the importance of Saffron to the cultural heritage of the near east. (believe me, I have tried this)
    Kings - you'll never see them, Kings girls got better places to be than Bloomsbury.
    BPP/University of Law - or, "The gardens of crushed dreams" as they're otherwise known
    Gardens of crushed dreams?
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    The STEM ladies in the Watson building are hot. Lab coats and goggles.
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    (Original post by Pinkberry_y)
    Gardens of crushed dreams?
    They're all either on postgraduate vocational training, with a dog's chance at becoming lawyers; or they've been sold a ropey law degree at a place with no proper student facilities.
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    Yeh UCL out of all the top unis has by far the highest number of fit girls.
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    They're all either on postgraduate vocational training, with a dog's chance at becoming lawyers; or they've been sold a ropey law degree at a place with no proper student facilities.
    I might be applying to these two places for LPC. :beard:
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    (Original post by Saba XD)
    I might be applying to these two places for LPC. :beard:
    My ex is a trainee solicitor now. She used to say you could troll BPP and UoL by asking them at open days how many of their students who go in without training contracts, come out with them? And watch them squirm.
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    (Original post by Trinculo)
    My ex is a trainee solicitor now. She used to say you could troll BPP and UoL by asking them at open days how many of their students who go in without training contracts, come out with them? And watch them squirm.
    But, there aren't many other universities who offer LPC, that's the issue. And, I want to stay in London. Where did she do her LPC from?
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    (Original post by DemManDemMan)
    So ill be studying in UCL this year and I was just wondering if there friendly, good looking girls .. I know im not going uni for girls but its an important social factor for me tbh .. Also any tips if you are an experienced uni student? And what shall expect ??
    I mean, if you want to browse the catalogue, just type "Sports Night Loop" into facebook and go through the pics.
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    Of course.

    Birkbeck - all dem ladies out for Bingo night.
    Imperial - what girls?
    Westminster - you won't see freshers on Tinder, because left and right is a second year module.
    SOAS - girls are very easy to talk to - if you want to listen to a 2 hour monologue on water economics in Burundi or the importance of Saffron to the cultural heritage of the near east. (believe me, I have tried this)
    Kings - you'll never see them, Kings girls got better places to be than Bloomsbury.
    BPP/University of Law - or, "The gardens of crushed dreams" as they're otherwise known
    Satirical as fits the original question but so true about Kings. Or at least the ones I have met.
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    Satirical as fits the original question but so true about Kings. Or at least the ones I have met.
    Kings is the anti-Imperial. There are twice as many girls as boys at KCL
 
 
 
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