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    (Original post by Ivanka)
    Does anyone know what sort of results you need to receive the UCL Faculty Undergraduate Scholarship for Excellence (ooh, mouthful!)? So far, I've got firsts only (but I think it will change with my disasterous literature essay, haha...), but I reckon a) there are better people than me and b) it's probably very competitive, so every mark plays part...or not?
    I didn't even know such a thing exists. Looks like it's for 1st and 2nd years only though and you need to be either at the top of the class or 2nd.

    http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-stu..._ug_excellence
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    Just went to moonies for the first time.
    Surprisingly enjoyed it!
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    (Original post by Hhanr)
    Just went to moonies for the first time.
    Surprisingly enjoyed it!
    How drunk were you?

    Might try it out at the end of term...
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    Bloomsbury Fitness is pissing me off :rant: they didn't give me a login PIN on signing up and it took forever to get through on the phone to find out, and now it's not letting me book anything on the website. Can't be bothered to go through the process of ringing up again this evening but I don't understand why it isn't working.
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    I can't believe it, but I have an interview to study English in December (I'm in year 13)- can anyone enlighten me on what it will entail, and how to do well in it? Also, if you're interviewed early, does it mean I might have a better chance of getting in? Is there a specific order? I didn't expect to hear from UCL at all, let alone so soon! Sorry for jeopardizing your thread everyone! Cheers
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    (Original post by fait)
    How drunk were you?

    Might try it out at the end of term...
    Hmmm, not drastically. Actually probably one of my least drunk nights out.
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    (Original post by Hhanr)
    Hmmm, not drastically. Actually probably one of my least drunk nights out.
    Haha seriously? I'm a Moonies regular, and I love it. But I actually have nightmares about being there sober. Same goes for the Roxy, haha :P
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    (Original post by fait)
    How drunk were you?

    Might try it out at the end of term...
    Just do it, along with £1 drinks at the union it's the cheapest night out you'll get in London as far as I can tell. Unless you're one of those jammy *******s who gets tables and drinks in proper clubs for free because they're friends with the promoters
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    (Original post by dirtyoldriver)
    Just do it, along with £1 drinks at the union it's the cheapest night out you'll get in London as far as I can tell. Unless you're one of those jammy *******s who gets tables and drinks in proper clubs for free because they're friends with the promoters
    Yupyup!

    TBH, I'm one of those 'seedy promoters' and know most of the bouncers in Piccadilly Circus and get free entry BUT Moonies may be one of my favourite nights ever! Plus I always get a lollipop from Tony the bouncer
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    Is it compulsory to live in UCL halls of residence as first years
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    (Original post by Sir KBS)
    Is it compulsory to live in UCL halls of residence as first years
    Nope not all.
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    [QUOTE=Noodlzzz;34961451]Nope not all.[/QUOTE

    Do people sometimes rent nearby?
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    (Original post by dirtyoldriver)
    Just do it, along with £1 drinks at the union it's the cheapest night out you'll get in London as far as I can tell. Unless you're one of those jammy *******s who gets tables and drinks in proper clubs for free because they're friends with the promoters
    As was about to say 'do I look like one of those jammy *******s' until I realised you don't who the hell I am, haha.

    I actually don't like clubs. I'll go for certain occasions like end of term or friends parties' but otherwise I wouldn't go. Not my thing. But I've been here for 2 years already...might as well try it out!
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    (Original post by Mother_Russia)
    Haha seriously? I'm a Moonies regular, and I love it. But I actually have nightmares about being there sober. Same goes for the Roxy, haha :P
    This, drinks in moonies arnt that bad but its defs better to be quite drunk before you get there. My favourite bit is the massive card they give you on entry xD
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    the vodka there is the worst you'll find outside a dodgy russian groceries in the sticks that's been made in an old boiler and has bits of limescale in.

    but it's £1.50.
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    (Original post by littleshambles)
    the vodka there is the worst you'll find outside a dodgy russian groceries in the sticks that's been made in an old boiler and has bits of limescale in.

    but it's £1.50.
    You would now know that, wouldn't you!

    So there's worse vodka than moonies' special in Russia..
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    You would now know that, wouldn't you!

    So there's worse vodka than moonies' special in Russia..
    think of the worst example of anything you've found in england.







    there's worse in russia.

    always.
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    In Mother Russia, vodka drinks you! :russia:
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    Cheesed off is not the term.

    More like livid. Someone's recalled the book I wanted to use for my essay (it's out of print) and I went to the library specifically early so I could snap it up.

    There's about 20 of us in that class. Which means the bugger that did it knows me well!

    30p a day from 8 December to 10 January, a worthwhile price for an essay?
 
 
 
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