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    I'm struggling to choose my 5th option for uni and need to make a decision by tomorrow. I'm studying courses in the areas of economics, finance and management but also looking for a split law course (just because my opportunities lean towards law) My current choices are.
    City
    Reading
    UCL
    Oxford
    and would like something in the UCL/Oxford range, predictions are A*AA with economics maths and geography.
    Also would it be weak to put a complete law course in there when my statement doesn't mention law aha. Thanks in advance for any help.
    P.S I was thinking of warwick but would like to be in london, more opportunity again .
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    (Original post by Z-27)
    I'm struggling to choose my 5th option for uni and need to make a decision by tomorrow. I'm studying courses in the areas of economics, finance and management but also looking for a split law course (just because my opportunities lean towards law) My current choices are.
    City
    Reading
    UCL
    Oxford
    and would like something in the UCL/Oxford range, predictions are A*AA with economics maths and geography.
    Also would it be weak to put a complete law course in there when my statement doesn't mention law aha. Thanks in advance for any help.
    P.S I was thinking of warwick but would like to be in london, more opportunity again .
    LSE or Kings.
    It would seem inconsistent if you put straight law in imo, unless it was for the same uni.
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    LSE or Kings.
    It would seem inconsistent if you put straight law in imo, unless it was for the same uni.
    Do you have any opinion on warwick? also can i apply for a course A*AA needing an A* in maths when i have A*AA with an A* in economics? Do you need the prediction to match requirement?
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    (Original post by Z-27)
    I'm struggling to choose my 5th option for uni and need to make a decision by tomorrow. I'm studying courses in the areas of economics, finance and management but also looking for a split law course (just because my opportunities lean towards law) My current choices are.
    City
    Reading
    UCL
    Oxford
    and would like something in the UCL/Oxford range, predictions are A*AA with economics maths and geography.
    Also would it be weak to put a complete law course in there when my statement doesn't mention law aha. Thanks in advance for any help.
    P.S I was thinking of warwick but would like to be in london, more opportunity again .
    If you are unsure then apply with those four and add your fifth choice sometime before January 15th.

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