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    Hi I'm wanting to apply to imperial for maths and then do an extra year for the masters after if all goes well. But I'm confused whether to apply to G100 or G103 the first being a 3 year but the second a 4 year course. However, I don't know the differences between them and whether G103 is for grads only cos I've just finished L6.
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    (Original post by 11234)
    Hi I'm wanting to apply to imperial for maths and then do an extra year for the masters after if all goes well. But I'm confused whether to apply to G100 or G103 the first being a 3 year but the second a 4 year course. However, I don't know the differences between them and whether G103 is for grads only cos I've just finished L6.
    Hi 11234,
    i have to say that i am incredibly perplexed by your question. Given a brief perusal of your other thread i see that you are also applying to trinity. From my experience this is incredibly counter-intuitive. It is a well fact that you should not waste your applications on courses of such a similar caliber. i hope this helps you Hun, XXX
 
 
 
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