I see a lot of chit-chat about Oxbridge, LSE/UCL/Imperial.
Save courses such as Maths (at Cambridge, if I may add), the other universities simply aren't very difficult to get into compared to elite continental European institutions.
Such as the 'Grande Ecoles' of France (like HEC), where after their A-level equivalent students have to toil through a "prepa" (essentially additional, difficult exams which the prepare for, for an additional year) - just to get into these private institutions.
Yet, a person with 4 As at AS who has been coached well can get into Oxbridge.
This is fine. The problem is the arrogance such students manifest.
It's a splendid display of the Dunning-Kruger effect.
They are mediocre, basic and deluded.
Nothing wrong with it. Just embrace you're not special - at all.
What should I do?