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I am a Year 13 student, and I have applied to study History, Politics and International Relations BA at RHUL (BBB), Modern History and Politics BA at Manchester (AAB) and History and Politics BA at Leicester (ABB).

I have received my offers, but I don't know which to put as my firm or insurance. My A-Levels are in Sociology, History and Politics and my predicted grades are ABB, respectively.
The only university I have not visited is Manchester - I was wondering if anyone had any experience or suggestions as to which universities I should choose.

Thanks!
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(Original post by ABCABCDDD)
I am a Year 13 student, and I have applied to study History, Politics and International Relations BA at RHUL (BBB), Modern History and Politics BA at Manchester (AAB) and History and Politics BA at Leicester (ABB).

I have received my offers, but I don't know which to put as my firm or insurance. My A-Levels are in Sociology, History and Politics and my predicted grades are ABB, respectively.
The only university I have not visited is Manchester - I was wondering if anyone had any experience or suggestions as to which universities I should choose.

Thanks!
Compare the modules, which course appeals to you the most, academically? Do you want to live in London (well, Egham)? Have you considered living costs?
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(Original post by ABCABCDDD)
I am a Year 13 student, and I have applied to study History, Politics and International Relations BA at RHUL (BBB), Modern History and Politics BA at Manchester (AAB) and History and Politics BA at Leicester (ABB).

I have received my offers, but I don't know which to put as my firm or insurance. My A-Levels are in Sociology, History and Politics and my predicted grades are ABB, respectively.
The only university I have not visited is Manchester - I was wondering if anyone had any experience or suggestions as to which universities I should choose.

Thanks!
There's no hurry to decide, you should visit Manchester before deciding whether you want to Firm them or not. They are a very good uni but you need to visit any uni you are potentially thinking of Firming
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