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Economics at UCL, Kings, Nottingham and Warwick
Economics and Economic History at LSE

Applied: Late November
GCSEs: 99988877A66
Predicted: A* Maths A* Economics and A Geography

Offers from Nottingham (A*AA) and Kings (A*AA) still waiting to hear from the rest
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Economics at UCL, Kings, Nottingham and Warwick
Economics and Economic History at LSE

Applied: Late November
GCSEs: 99988877A66
Predicted: A* Maths A* Economics and A Geography

Offers from Nottingham (A*AA) and Kings (A*AA) still waiting to hear from the rest
I know of many still waiting in UCL economics. One predicted 4A* and has 10*/9s at GCSE.

Long, long wait.
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Bath or Durham for Economics, purely academic, prestige and career opportunities wise?
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Hi still waiting to hear from Leeds and kings economics applied before Christmas predicted grades A*AA maths / economics / business have offers from Nottingham/ Manchester / Birmingham any one still waiting to hear from kings and Leeds thanks
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Bath or Durham for Economics, purely academic, prestige and career opportunities wise?
definitely Durham in terms of prestige and career prospects
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I got into Warwick but got a rejection from LSE. Course BSc Econ. I just wanna know as an international student, how good is Warwick?
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Bath or Durham for Economics, purely academic, prestige and career opportunities wise?
Durham
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I got into Warwick but got a rejection from LSE. Course BSc Econ. I just wanna know as an international student, how good is Warwick?
Warwick is a top 5 uni for econ in the UK. Along with Oxbridge, UCL and LSE, Warwick is considered a member of the 'Tier 1' of unis for econ.
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Hey guys, my a level predicted grades are a*a*a (maths, economics and further maths respectively). I have already got an A in my EPQ and my GCSE results were 9988777766A.

I have applied for:
Warwick economics (waiting for response)
St. Andrews economics (waiting for response)
UCL economics (waiting for response)
Lancaster economics offer aab plus an interview for unconditional
Warwick MORSE (waiting for response)

I applied on the 16th December, what do you think my chances are of getting offers from UCL and Warwick.
did u hear back from anyone
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I have recieved all my offers from St. Andrews, Durham, Warwick, Kings and UCL guys!
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did u hear back from anyone
Yes! Offers from UCL (economics bsc), Lancaster (economics bsc) and Warwick (MORSE). Rejections from St Andrews (economics bsc) and Warwick (economics bsc). Firmed UCL and insured lancaster!
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Yes! Offers from UCL (economics bsc), Lancaster (economics bsc) and Warwick (MORSE). Rejections from St Andrews (economics bsc) and Warwick (economics bsc). Firmed UCL and insured lancaster!
well done!
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well done!
Thank you, hopefully my teachers give me the grades I need and was predicted. Otherwise I don’t know what’s going to happen, desperate times get into UCL.
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Thank you, hopefully my teachers give me the grades I need and was predicted. Otherwise I don’t know what’s going to happen, desperate times get into UCL.
why did you pick UCL over Warwick? the MORSE degree sound aweome
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why did you pick UCL over Warwick? the MORSE degree sound aweome
You are completely right in saying the MORSE degree sounds awesome, I went to both universities absolutely fell in love with UCL. This was mainly due to the talk given to economics offer holders, it blew me away compared to any other uni I have been to... Warwick was great but the community feel at UCL was warmer, and I really love London as a city. I put MORSE down just in case I didn’t get UCL or Warwick economics bsc offers, as the offer rate is high on the MORSE course. Also the main focus with the MORSE structure is maths and has little economics from what I’ve seen in the proportions, and I want to focus more so on econ. The UCL econ course is quite heavy with maths, so I’m sure that will give me plenty of challenge from what I’ve been told by current students, which I quite look forward to I’m confident I will get given A* in econ and maths at a level, just a bit worried that I may get given a B in further maths so I’m continuing revising for that, as I know how strict UCL admissions are . Hope that answers your question mostly
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You are completely right in saying the MORSE degree sounds awesome, I went to both universities absolutely fell in love with UCL. This was mainly due to the talk given to economics offer holders, it blew me away compared to any other uni I have been to... Warwick was great but the community feel at UCL was warmer, and I really love London as a city. I put MORSE down just in case I didn’t get UCL or Warwick economics bsc offers, as the offer rate is high on the MORSE course. Also the main focus with the MORSE structure is maths and has little economics from what I’ve seen in the proportions, and I want to focus more so on econ. The UCL econ course is quite heavy with maths, so I’m sure that will give me plenty of challenge from what I’ve been told by current students, which I quite look forward to I’m confident I will get given A* in econ and maths at a level, just a bit worried that I may get given a B in further maths so I’m continuing revising for that, as I know how strict UCL admissions are . Hope that answers your question mostly
fair enough, not sure i've ever heard someone say they found the atmosphere of London unis warmer than a campus uni, but each to their own! good luck
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You are completely right in saying the MORSE degree sounds awesome, I went to both universities absolutely fell in love with UCL. This was mainly due to the talk given to economics offer holders, it blew me away compared to any other uni I have been to... Warwick was great but the community feel at UCL was warmer, and I really love London as a city. I put MORSE down just in case I didn’t get UCL or Warwick economics bsc offers, as the offer rate is high on the MORSE course. Also the main focus with the MORSE structure is maths and has little economics from what I’ve seen in the proportions, and I want to focus more so on econ. The UCL econ course is quite heavy with maths, so I’m sure that will give me plenty of challenge from what I’ve been told by current students, which I quite look forward to I’m confident I will get given A* in econ and maths at a level, just a bit worried that I may get given a B in further maths so I’m continuing revising for that, as I know how strict UCL admissions are . Hope that answers your question mostly
are you a UK student? are a-levels not cancelled for you?
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fair enough, not sure i've ever heard someone say they found the atmosphere of London unis warmer than a campus uni, but each to their own! good luck
Thank you going to need it 😅
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are you a UK student? are a-levels not cancelled for you?
I am a UK student, a-levels are cancelled but just in case I don’t get given an A in further maths I’m continuing my revision so I can take the exam in autumn.
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I am a UK student, a-levels are cancelled but just in case I don’t get given an A in further maths I’m continuing my revision so I can take the exam in autumn.
ah okay! if you do not get the grades, would your UCL offer be gone? and would you just reapply again?
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