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    That's so cool!
    You never responded to my question about which modules you are taking

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    Stop trying to pull
    Behave urself ok
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    You never responded to my question about which modules you are taking

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    Sorry I musn't have seen it! I am packing for a trip to Manchester and then Wales next week (gigs)

    I'm doing:

    1. British political history, 1050-1509
    2. British Economic and Social History, 1050-1500
    3. European History, 1715-1890.
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    Stop trying to pull
    Behave urself ok
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    Sorry I musn't have seen it! I am packing for a trip to Manchester and then Wales next week (gigs)

    I'm doing:

    1. British political history, 1050-1509
    2. British Economic and Social History, 1050-1500
    3. European History, 1715-1890.
    Ooh, I must say option 3 looks particularly interesting. Also get to do a bit of the good old Henry VII in option 1, my bae

    I hope you enjoy your trips!

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    Descriptions be like "I got 20 A*s and 4 Oxbridge degrees"
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    Descriptions be like "I got 20 A*s and 4 Oxbridge degrees"
    Not interested in: anything outside the top 5 universities

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    Not interested in: anything outside the top 5 universities

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    "Swipe right or me to tell you why anything that isn't a STEM subject is inherently worthless"
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    Ooh, I must say option 3 looks particularly interesting. Also get to do a bit of the good old Henry VII in option 1, my bae

    I hope you enjoy your trips!

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    Really? I've done Henry VIII and things but I've never done Henry VII so I am really looking forward to it!
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    (Original post by SteamboatMickey)
    "Swipe right or me to tell you why anything that isn't a STEM subject is inherently worthless"
    Seems like this year there are more humanities than STEM students in this thread, so wouldn't be surprised if it was the other way around


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    Really? I've done Henry VIII and things but I've never done Henry VII so I am really looking forward to it!
    Henry VII is the best. A book you absolutely *must* read before you go - The Winter King. There's also a documentary based on the book, I'll PM you the link it's on youtube.

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    (Original post by SteamboatMickey)
    "Swipe right or me to tell you why anything that isn't a STEM subject is inherently worthless"
    :rofl:

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    (Original post by Insight314)
    Seems like this year there are more humanities than STEM students in this thread, so wouldn't be surprised if it was the other way around


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    Agree, but TSR has acquired a reputation for being obsessed with STEM.
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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    Henry VII is the best. A book you absolutely *must* read before you go - The Winter King. There's also a documentary based on the book, I'll PM you the link it's on youtube.

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    Oh I'll add it to my list!! Thanks so much I really enjoyed the Tudors at A-Level to be honest
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    Oh I'll add it to my list!! Thanks so much I really enjoyed the Tudors at A-Level to be honest
    Henry VII is literally the best Tudor, shows up how **** his son's policy was :yes:

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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    Henry VII is literally the best Tudor, shows up how **** his son's policy was :yes:

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    I agree. Well, his son became extremely power hungry and increasingly cantankerous. According to a friend (and I don't know how 'true' this is but it is certainly plausible), he regretted executing Thomas Cromwell.
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    I agree. Well, his son became extremely power hungry and increasingly cantankerous. According to a friend (and I don't know how 'true' this is but it is certainly plausible), he regretted executing Thomas Cromwell.
    I also read somewhere that he regreted executing Cromwell, he got angry and felt like he had been pushed into it. Funnily very similar to how his daughter would feel about MQS.

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    I also read somewhere that he regreted executing Cromwell, he got angry and felt like he had been pushed into it. Funnily very similar to how his daughter would feel about MQS.

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    I still love Cecil mind

    I always had an interest in Edward VI because he was a minor. There isn't some great intellectual deep academic reason, but I've always found him interesting. Though, Religion (mainly Christianity) is my 'main focus' at the moment. I want to specialise in it as a Historian if I can.

    May I ask why you are drawn to Law?
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    I still love Cecil mind

    I always had an interest in Edward VI because he was a minor. There isn't some great intellectual deep academic reason, but I've always found him interesting. Though, Religion (mainly Christianity) is my 'main focus' at the moment. I want to specialise in it as a Historian if I can.

    May I ask why you are drawn to Law?
    I love all the debates and the implications they have in the real world, I particularly love the political aspect to it all, e.g. human rights, the constitution, international law. I love how fiddly it all is, and the way that changing one little thing or making the law seem more 'fair' actually leads to bizarre and wide reaching consequences. History and politics are amazing too though

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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    I love all the debates and the implications they have in the real world, I particularly love the political aspect to it all, e.g. human rights, the constitution, international law. I love how fiddly it all is, and the way that changing one little thing or making the law seem more 'fair' actually leads to bizarre and wide reaching consequences. History and politics are amazing too though

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    That is cool! I've never been interested in law but I want to know enough about it to be competent in understanding it because it is important.
 
 
 
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