warwick epp (economics, psychology and philosophy) 2021

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anyone thinking of applying/applied to epp at warwick? if you have already applied, have you got any offers/rejections and what are your predicted grades? i haven’t seen many people considering this course so far
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anyone thinking of applying/applied to epp at warwick? if you have already applied, have you got any offers/rejections and what are your predicted grades? i haven’t seen many people considering this course so far
Join the Warwick thread to check it out:
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...662754&page=34
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I applied for EPP 2021 entry my predicted

Economics: 99/100
English: 97/100
maths: 97/100
physics: 95/100
chem: 91/100

I am from India so the qualifications are CBSE
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I applied for EPP 2021 entry my predicted

Economics: 99/100
English: 97/100
maths: 97/100
physics: 95/100
chem: 91/100

I am from India so the qualifications are CBSE
I have a few cousins who live in India (I live in the UK) and I thought CBSE was the equivalent of GCSE in the UK. If so, what are your A-level (12th) predictions? x
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I have a few cousins who live in India (I live in the UK) and I thought CBSE was the equivalent of GCSE in the UK. If so, what are your A-level (12th) predictions? x
AISSE is 10th (equivalent to GCSE), AISSCE (or CBSE) is 12th (equivalent to A Levels). So these are my final predicted scores
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anyone thinking of applying/applied to epp at warwick? if you have already applied, have you got any offers/rejections and what are your predicted grades? i haven’t seen many people considering this course so far
back on this thread after a month and still no EPP people lmao. Anyone actually applied for EPP yet???
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back on this thread after a month and still no EPP people lmao. Anyone actually applied for EPP yet???
I applied, it doesn’t look like anyone has received an offer for it yet.
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I applied, it doesn’t look like anyone has received an offer for it yet.
hey, no bro I haven't gotten an offer yet. Where all have you applied?
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I applied for EPP too. Sent in my application 09/12/2020. I haven't heard back yet either, although I know someone who has an offer (they were early entry).

I've applied for economics everywhere else, and I'm just waiting on Warwick and KCL!
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I applied for EPP too. Sent in my application 09/12/2020. I haven't heard back yet either, although I know someone who has an offer (they were early entry).

I've applied for economics everywhere else, and I'm just waiting on Warwick and KCL!
yup same I applied first week of December and waiting, applied for eco at UCL LSE KCL and Bristol.
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yup same I applied first week of December and waiting, applied for eco at UCL LSE KCL and Bristol.
have you heard back from any so far?
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have you heard back from any so far?
no still waiting
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no still waiting
good luck! hope we both get an EPP offer haha
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hey, no bro I haven't gotten an offer yet. Where all have you applied?
I applied, Warwick, ucl, St. Andrews, Nottingham, Loughborough how about you ?
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I applied, Warwick, ucl, St. Andrews, Nottingham, Loughborough how about you ?
LSE UCL Warwick KCL Bristol. also we all trying to be behavioural economists?
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LSE UCL Warwick KCL Bristol. also we all trying to be behavioural economists?
Not really, I’m just interested in it. Don’t think I would do it as a profession though
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I study this if anyone has any questions
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I study this if anyone has any questions
Yes! How do you find the course and the university in general?
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Yes! How do you find the course and the university in general?
It's difficult to judge it right now with the pandemic but it has an excellent reputation especially with employers, I'd say it is focused on careers more than social life. Campus is fun, there's lots to do and it has a student community feel to it since most people are students there. In 2nd year you could choose to live in Coventry which has more of a city feel with lots of takeaways and different activities. Leamington Spa is another place to move which I'd say is much more affluent overall with clubs and cafes etc. The course itself is very interesting and allows you to specialise in what you're interested in, you could potentially have 80% of your degree from one subject. If you're looking towards banking and finance jobs you can focus on economics, Warwick has especially strong links with the big finance firms. Any other questions don't hesitate to ask.
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I study this if anyone has any questions
From my understanding, there are two 'pathways' after first year. Which one did you take? If you took the economics route, how are you finding it, and how does it differ from the normal economics course (i.e. is it very focused on just behavioural economics?)
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