kanupriya63
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is it just me or short listing the universities you wish to apply to is damn tedious?
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Pros and cons list for each - that will help! Good luck
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Pros and cons list for each - that will help! Good luck
thanks for the suggestion
working on it.
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is it just me or short listing the universities you wish to apply to is damn tedious?
Given there are ~100 uni's in the UK, yeah I can understand this feeling, although hopefully not all of them provide the postgrad course you are interested in, and that should narrow it down!

I personally wouldn't recommend pro-con lists, as they don't take into account how much each pro/con is important to you. Ideally I would say rate each university on several criteria (e.g. fees, how good you think the course is etc), but yeah this is even more tedious. Hopefully you can make this easier by outright excluding a bunch of universities that don't fit for you (e.g. if you don't want to live in London)
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