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Do you apply to spring weeks in your first year if your on a 4 year course, but that's with a placement year which you may not even get?

Also if i do apply to spring weeks why do they all say they require predicated university grades? I'm starting uni this month, but I don't think i'm applicable to apply to any spring weeks- any help regarding this would be much appreciated?
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Do you apply to spring weeks in your first year if your on a 4 year course, but that's with a placement year which you may not even get?

Also if i do apply to spring weeks why do they all say they require predicated university grades? I'm starting uni this month, but I don't think i'm applicable to apply to any spring weeks- any help regarding this would be much appreciated?
So the idea behind a spring week is that it is meant to be used as a jump to an internship and then a graduate job.

Normally they mean 2 years from graduation (which just happens to be first year for most). So a 4 year course would mean you would do ideally do a spring in your second year.

If you are doing a placement year, then is it possible for you to switch courses mid-year? If so, it may be worth just putting a graduation date of July 2022 (assuming you begin this September) to make you eligible for SWs.
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So the idea behind a spring week is that it is meant to be used as a jump to an internship and then a graduate job.

Normally they mean 2 years from graduation (which just happens to be first year for most). So a 4 year course would mean you would do ideally do a spring in your second year.

If you are doing a placement year, then is it possible for you to switch courses mid-year? If so, it may be worth just putting a graduation date of July 2022 (assuming you begin this September) to make you eligible for SWs.
Do you know anything about the predicated grades stuff? As i dont get how i can apply to Goldman Sachs without gpa- grades etc.
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Do you know anything about the predicated grades stuff? As i dont get how i can apply to Goldman Sachs without gpa- grades etc.
Well... GS doesnt have any predicted grades just be on-track for a 2;1.

Some places ask for a minimum of ABB or even AAB, but if it doesnt specify then dont read into it too muchm
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Well... GS doesnt have any predicted grades just be on-track for a 2;1.

Some places ask for a minimum of ABB or even AAB, but if it doesnt specify then dont read into it too muchm
Thank you, I put none for goldman sachs as i haven't been given a predicted grade by uni like the 2;1 thing.
thanks anyway!
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Thank you, I put none for goldman sachs as i haven't been given a predicted grade by uni like the 2;1 thing.
thanks anyway!
Honestly, just write predicted first, I did that and got 3 SW offers (not at GS, but other Big 4 places)...
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Honestly, just write predicted first, I did that and got 3 SW offers (not at GS, but other Big 4 places)...
Seriously? What do you study?

I have always wondered about predicted grades from uni.
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