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    I've applied to do Psychology at Surrey and Sussex (plus insurance choices) and I can't decide which one to go to. Has anyone got any advice?
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    (Original post by LaurenKSmith)
    I've applied to do Psychology at Surrey and Sussex (plus insurance choices) and I can't decide which one to go to. Has anyone got any advice?
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    (Original post by LaurenKSmith)
    I've applied to do Psychology at Surrey and Sussex (plus insurance choices) and I can't decide which one to go to. Has anyone got any advice?
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    If you haven't gone to open days then I highly recommend as its not only important to see the uni but also to get a feel of the area you will be living in!! Also write a list of pros and cons from either one maybe?

    I've heard great things about Surrey!!
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    If you haven't gone to open days then I highly recommend as its not only important to see the uni but also to get a feel of the area you will be living in!! Also write a list of pros and cons from either one maybe?

    I've heard great things about Surrey!!
    I have been to see them both, and I've made endless pros and cons lists!!! It's so difficult
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    I applied for psychology at sussex as well! You have until may to decide so I would suggest going to applicant days as they are supposed to be more indepth than open days Where else have you applied to?
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    (Original post by Shaaayxp)
    I applied for psychology at sussex as well! You have until may to decide so I would suggest going to applicant days as they are supposed to be more indepth than open days Where else have you applied to?
    They're all booked up I'm afraid, so undecided which to go to, not sure where I'll fit in to be honest :s
    I've applied to Oxford Brookes, Bournemouth and Bath Spa, what about you?
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    (Original post by LaurenKSmith)
    They're all booked up I'm afraid, so undecided which to go to, not sure where I'll fit in to be honest :s
    I've applied to Oxford Brookes, Bournemouth and Bath Spa, what about you?
    If the have ask a current student threads on tsr then you kind find out what each university is like first had I applied to Bath, KCL, RHUL and Goldsmiths as well as Sussex. Also you may want to ask yourself what you want from your university experience. Study abroad? Placement? The opportunity to learn a language or to take a module or two outside of psychology during your degree? Guilford vs Brighton? Accommodation? Contact hours? Lectures: seminar: practical ratio? More exam based or coursework based? All these things can help you decide which one would give you the uni experience you want
 
 
 
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