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    Hey everyone,

    Just curious if anyone wants to study politics at uni, where do you want to go and why? I am thinking of applying to Warwick(AAA), Durham(AAA), York(AAB), Exeter(AAB-BBB depending on contextual factors) and Lancaster(AAB-ABB) or Birmingham(ABB). I want to do international politics rather than British or European which easily ruled out Oxbridge for me and I have lots of politics related activities for my personal statement. I am predicted AAA which I think I can get
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    Hiya!

    I am a 3rd year politics undergrad at Dundee Uni, and from the sounds of it, you would love the specialism modules we are offered at 3rd and 4th year. :laugh: I wish you all the best though, it is rather a rewarding degree. :yep:

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    Hey everyone,

    Just curious if anyone wants to study politics at uni, where do you want to go and why? I am thinking of applying to Warwick(AAA), Durham(AAA), York(AAB), Exeter(AAB-BBB depending on contextual factors) and Lancaster(AAB-ABB) or Birmingham(ABB). I want to do international politics rather than British or European which easily ruled out Oxbridge for me and I have lots of politics related activities for my personal statement. I am predicted AAA which I think I can get
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    I want to do Politics/ IR

    I'm thinking of applying to Bristol, Oxford (history and politics), possibily birmingham and Glasgow!
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    (Original post by Qmwnebrv)
    I want to do Politics/ IR

    I'm thinking of applying to Bristol, Oxford (history and politics), possibily birmingham and Glasgow!
    Ooo I liked bristol but didn't want to risk too many "top" unis and birmingham sounds amazing for the most part a bit unsure on the political science element as I'm more of a political theorist. GOOD LUCK AT OXFORD!!!! how's that application going have you prepped for the exam?

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    (Original post by Theawesomejem)
    Ooo I liked bristol but didn't want to risk too many "top" unis and birmingham sounds amazing for the most part a bit unsure on the political science element as I'm more of a political theorist. GOOD LUCK AT OXFORD!!!! how's that application going have you prepped for the exam?

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    I've finished my personal statement and now I'm moving on to prepping for the exam. I'm just going to do past papers hopefully I'll be fine.
    My choices change all the time for the rest omg. But defo applying for Bristol!
 
 
 
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