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    hi all. i have conditional offers from King's and Warwick for history but am really struggling to decide which one to firm! i loved the campus at Warwick but fear it will be really dull second and third year. in contrast, the modules at king's are ideal and i like the central location but have also heard it can be quite lonely as it's not a campus uni. someone pleaseeee help me choose
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    hey, i accepted my offer to study history at kings and started this september. i lived in halls at champion hill and found it so isolating hardly anyone came out of their rooms. its incredibly hard to make more than a mere acquaintance. the atmosphere of the uni lacked a community feel for sure but with that being said the teaching can't be faulted my personal tutor and seminar tutors were all incredibly approachable and helpful.
    i have now reapplied and warwick is an option
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    (Original post by stupidorb)
    hey, i accepted my offer to study history at kings and started this september. i lived in halls at champion hill and found it so isolating hardly anyone came out of their rooms. its incredibly hard to make more than a mere acquaintance. the atmosphere of the uni lacked a community feel for sure but with that being said the teaching can't be faulted my personal tutor and seminar tutors were all incredibly approachable and helpful.
    i have now reapplied and warwick is an option
    hello! ahh that sucks, i'm so upset to hear that at least the teaching is good i suppose but i really do want to be in a social environment. starting to consider warwick again now... good luck with your reapplication
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    (Original post by kaybannell)
    hello! ahh that sucks, i'm so upset to hear that at least the teaching is good i suppose but i really do want to be in a social environment. starting to consider warwick again now... good luck with your reapplication
    i havent been to warwick but a couple of my friends go and although its not in a city like kings it does have that community feel which i felt that kings didnt have. thank you, hopefully warwick get back to me soon
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    (Original post by stupidorb)
    hey, i accepted my offer to study history at kings and started this september. i lived in halls at champion hill and found it so isolating hardly anyone came out of their rooms. its incredibly hard to make more than a mere acquaintance. the atmosphere of the uni lacked a community feel for sure but with that being said the teaching can't be faulted my personal tutor and seminar tutors were all incredibly approachable and helpful.
    i have now reapplied and warwick is an option
    Hey, since you do history at kcl I would like to ask one question if you don't mind. How are you assessed is it more courework or examination?
 
 
 
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