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    Im going to study physics(at oxford because this is all they offer)and maybe physics with maths or physics with soemthing else in the other universities
    My uni choices are probably going to be
    1)Oxford, Imperial, Manchester/Birmingham, Surrey and Nottingham/Loughborugh
    2)Oxford,Manchester/Birmingham, Nottingham Warwick/St Andrews and surrey
    What universities do you think are good, and do you think the first choices are too risky? what else do you have to say?

    I know the first one is what i really wanna do but its basically a go big or go home. Predicted A*A*A might change to A*A*A* tomorrow and i have also a predicted A in the AS further maths that i decided to self study at home

    Extras: we dont get too many opportunities here but i have taken a course by nobel prize winner George f smoot played in chess competitions, came 4th in a drone building competition as an as student against university and a2 students and things like that

    Also, i can just apply to oxford by 15th but add the rest of the universities later right?
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    Also, i can just apply to oxford by 15th but add the rest of the universities later right?
    Yes - but you can't change any other part of your application so your PS, reference, etc will stay the same.
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    (Original post by jneill)
    Yes - but you can't change any other part of your application so your PS, reference, etc will stay the same.
    How do the extra charges work?
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    (Original post by NatoHeadshot)
    How do the extra charges work?
    You pay for the 1st university, and then a small extra fee when you add another. It doesn't matter if you add 2 or up to 4, it's the same total cost.

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    Hello,

    Just to let you know that UEA is now offering Physics as part of its course offering. We're a Top 15 university which consistently ranks Top 5 for student experience. If you're interested here's a flavour in our video below

 
 
 
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