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i got 8 9s and an 8 at gcse and an A at AS further maths which i have now dropped. I am doing maths, physics and chemistry and will most likely be predicted 3 A*s or A*A*A. I am definitely applying to edinburgh and cambridge (even though it is very unlikely i get an offer) and am thinking of applying to 3 out of warwick, sheffield, durham and bristol (and any other unis u think i should apply to). I will probs apply to cambridge, edinburgh, durham, warwick and sheffield what do you think? Am I being over or under ambitious? Any suggestions on where to apply is appreciated. Thanks
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If you're applying to cam you should consider picking further maths back up... you can drop it after the offer even hehe
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If you're applying to cam you should consider picking further maths back up... you can drop it after the offer even hehe
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You should apply to ICL aswell, they do a very prestigious CS course.

Edinburgh is also well-known for CS, I graduated from there. They do lots of courses in natural language processing, computer vision and machine learning (if that's your thing.)

Cambridge, no need to comment.

Bristol, like Edinburgh is very good.
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You should apply to ICL aswell, they do a very prestigious CS course.

Edinburgh is also well-known for CS, I graduated from there. They do lots of courses in natural language processing, computer vision and machine learning (if that's your thing.)

Cambridge, no need to comment.

Bristol, like Edinburgh is very good.
the thing is i would potentially need to do step and i dont do further maths.
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the thing is i would potentially need to do step and i dont do further maths.
If I recall correctly, the first STEP paper has no further maths content.
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If I recall correctly, the first STEP paper has no further maths content.
even so i have done no step practice so would do rubbish plus i would be unlikely to get in w/o further
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