No indeed, for some it is definitely difficult difficult lemon difficult.(Original post by Notorious_B.I.G.)
Second para. I accept your use of most. I was just trying to explain that its being easy peasy lemon squeezy isn't shared by some. I would argue that there is still some graft involved to secure the TC, as some of your Oxbridge peers struggle, making it necessarily not easy per se. "Easier" is probably a fairer word. I wonder if you would agree.
'Easier' is fairer on average, although I'm not sure how informative a mean average is, particularly given I don't think the university itself has all that much to do with it. Probably the best we can really do is to say that for most it's relatively straightforward (although obviously still not effortless), and for some it isn't.
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- 18-10-2017 20:12
(Original post by MonoMikey)
- 19-10-2017 00:11
When it comes to working for firms like the magic circle and accounting firms...the applicants in the final stages are all top of the year and from top unis across UK but most don't even make it there as they are better at academics than them