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    Hey, how far has everyone got with their PS's? (2005 entry obv.) I've written a first draft+my teacher's checking it over the summer. I just wanted a idea of the general progress people are making and what courses you're applying for. I would like to do theology/psychology (social rather than experimental/maths stuff) and am finding it v.difficult to:
    a) find an ideal course.
    b) edit my PS so that it will be geared towards these two aspects of study I'm interested in. I've been told by a friend at Manc. Uni to write a Theol. PS, and then take Psyc as a minor when I get there (also Theol. demands lower grades-woohoo!) Is this a good idea? :confused:
    Help! I would appreciate any feedback on this matter.
    Cheers, Squid.
    As if results weren't bad enough....all this extra bother...and I need to make good progress on my Psyc. cwk before the end of the Summer. YAK! Bring back Year 7,eh?
    xxxxxx :cool:

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