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    Warwick - PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics)
    14
    45.16%
    Durham - PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics)
    12
    38.71%
    York - PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics)
    5
    16.13%
    Manchester - PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics)
    4
    12.90%
    Sheffield - Politics and Economics
    2
    6.45%
    Newcastle - Politics and Economics
    1
    3.23%
    Warwick - EPAIS (Economics, Politics and International Studies)
    6
    19.35%

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    What do people think my first choice should be (i am happy with all of them)
    Based on institution rep (education and social!) and what prospects i may have after the course!

    Warwick Courses - AABb
    Durham, York and Manchester - AAB
    Sheffield - ABB
    Newcastle - AAA/BBB :confused:
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    grades for each uni because we (well i) can't be assed to go check ucas

    EDIT: you added a poll but still haven't given the grades XD
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    edited into my original post, sorry for the forgetfulness!
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    (Original post by riley_41090)
    edited into my original post, sorry for the forgetfulness!
    i'd say warwick as your first choice but get a uni which offers you BBB and/or BBC as well as you could always drop a grade in everything
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    so your AS grades are mainly ABBC?
    does general studies count?
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    (Original post by jkyng1)
    so your AS grades are mainly ABBC?
    does general studies count?
    Yeah they are my AS results...
    Only Newcastle accepts General Studies
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    (Original post by riley_41090)
    Yeah they are my AS results...
    Only Newcastle accepts General Studies
    If only Newcastle only accepts General Studies, then why the bloody hell should there even be General Studies (at A-Level) when only one uni accepts it?

    Anyway to the OP: go for where you feel like, where the atmosphere suits you! One person might love one course, the other might hate it, so go for where you can imagine yourself studying. :yep:
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    so i'd say most unis don't accept it.
    and your AS grades are mainly ABBC.
    warwick, durham, york, manchester try 2. probably the first 2.
    then apply for sheffield and maybe another ABB uni.
    then go for maybe 1 BBB one..
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    (Original post by im so academic)
    If only Newcastle only accepts General Studies, then why the bloody hell should there even be General Studies (at A-Level) when only one uni accepts it?

    Anyway to the OP: go for where you feel like, where the atmosphere suits you! One person might love one course, the other might hate it, so go for where you can imagine yourself studying. :yep:
    Sorry i only meant that Newcastle is the only Uni on that list of my Uni choices! Quite a few Unis accept it lower down in the rankings.

    And thanks to everyone for their advice
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    so would you still like to continue general studies in A2?
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    (Original post by jkyng1)
    so would you still like to continue general studies in A2?
    Yeah because then newcastle would make a nice insurance uni
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    fair enough. but good luck with the rest of the subjects as well.
 
 
 
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