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    Course: BA Business studies

    Greenwich -180 Firm

    London met. or middlesex which one? :confused:
    Both cc and insurance.

    Not going Westminster my sister goes there got unconditional offer :eek: don't know why?

    I picked all my unis at random stupidly enough
    Rejected from Kingston and Queen Mary

    By the way is anyone else gonna do business studies?
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    Course: Philosophy V500 (2006 entry)
    Firm: Durham, Van Mildert (ABB)
    Insurance: Edinburgh (BBB).

    I think anyway...I still haven't officially replied. I still might choose York. It's so hard to choose! :eek:
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    Firm: York AAB
    Insurance: Leeds ABB

    Unless I change my mind after visiting and put Notts as my firm (AAA).
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    (Original post by jumpunderaboat)
    Unless I change my mind after visiting and put Notts as my firm (AAA).
    Which im sure you will, what course have you applied for?
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    Uni- Birmingham
    Offer- unconditional deferred from last year meet requirements in the summer!
    Subject- Bsc Sport and exerscise Science.
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    (Original post by Mishael)
    Course: Philosophy V500 (2006 entry)
    Firm: Durham, Van Mildert (ABB)
    Insurance: Edinburgh (BBB).

    I think anyway...I still haven't officially replied. I still might choose York. It's so hard to choose! :eek:
    Choose Durham!! I couldn't choose between there and Cambridge, but have ended up putting down the latter - at least one of us has to go to Van Mildert!!

    Hmh, well ok maybe it's "your choice" and all...I suppose...but still: look at all the yummy Durham third-year modules...*drool*

    ...You could send me copies of your lecture notes...
    ...together, we could take over the world...

    I'm not sure how all that follows, but nonetheless it evidently proves that Durham is the BEST

    Over and out (and not a moment too soon, though perhaps a number too late),

    ZarathustraX
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    Most likely:

    Course: Politics
    Firm choice and offer: Glasgow, BBB
    Insurance choice and offer: Sussex, BBB / 300pts

    Could change when I visit Edinburgh next week, tho.
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    Course: Classical Civilisation (Q820)
    Firm: University of Leeds (BCC)
    Insurance: n/a

    Just told UCAS - its a bit scary making it all final!
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    Oh my goodness I can't believe how high EVERYONE'S entry requirements are! When I applied 2 years ago I needed to do Physics
    BCC at Exeter or Cardiff.
    BBC at Sheffield and Leeds
    ABC for Edingburgh and Liverpool!

    I know alot of you have offers from oxbridge (well done you) so they'll obviously be high but there were so many that I was really surprised that they were asking for such high marks.

    Well Good Luck everyone and don't forget that if you're results don't match what you're firm choice asked for phone them any way because they might still have you. And why wouldn't they!!
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    Finally recieved my long-awaited rejection from Bristol...so just replied to UCAS!!!

    Course: Law m100
    Firm: Sheffield (AAA)
    Insurance: Oxford Brookes (BBB)

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    For BSC Geography

    Firm: Lancaster BBB
    Insurance: Hull 280 points
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    course: BSc psychology and law

    firm: swansea (unconditional)
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    Politics

    It's between Southampton or Leeds
    Southampton (300 points)
    Leeds BBB

    So i think i might make Leeds my firm.
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    Course: M100 Law
    Firm: University of Manchester (Unconditional)
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    Course: M100 Law.

    Firm: University of Bristol (AAB)
    Insurance: University of Sheffield (AAA, incl. General Studies)
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    Course: Geography
    Firm Choice and Grades Required: Cambridge (New Hall) - AAA
    Insurance Choice and Grades Required: Durham (Van Mildert) - ABB
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    Course: L102 Economics
    Firm Choice: University of Manchester - ABC
    Insurance: None!
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    Course: psychology
    Firm: University of Central Lancashire (preston) - 260 points
    Insurance: Lancaster - ABB (just incase preston blows up)
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    Firm: Cambridge
    Insurance: Warwick (MPhys FG31, Physics and Maths 4-yr course) AAA (no f.maths) / AAB (f.maths)
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    (Original post by trev)
    It's quite surprising that some ex-poly have high entrance requirements for some courses like psychology.
    Why wouldn't they? It's one of the most popular courses.
 
 
 
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