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Lol I'm having a gap year to make up all that "dossing" I did for the last two, and it seems I've not really got of to a good start, I mean I get A's for my homework and stuff, but that's when I go in...today it was raining to much so I sat in the cafeteria and chatted and had a sandwich and came home......
Nyah! I'm smart I can scrape through, once I start putting my mind to it!
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(Original post by J.S.)
-There's no real problem with crime rate in central london, IC is in a very exclusive area. (i.e. potential for a rich broad). Although, you will need to watch out with where you get accommodation after your 1st year.
-International Students...think you'll come around to seeing that as a plus point if you choose to go to IC, although with such a high figure you do sometimes get the feeling that youre studying abroad.
-ahh accommodation can be expensive, no doubt, you have to look around a hell of a lot to get it on the cheap, defo possible though.
-LOL, as for gender ratio, we always joke about what Imperial students do during incredibly boring lectures, exactly what do they stare at?
-geek...well, yes. There are many other colleges however, and it's easy to get involved with inter-coll matters.
-as for 2nd choice, yeah, defo for its reputation in academic circles.
thanks for that JS
nice comment about what we need to stare at lol
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If so, why did u apply to Imperial college?

What are the teaching methods like there, particularly in medicine?
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Boys Boys Boys....
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-International Students...think you'll come around to seeing that as a plus point if you choose to go to IC, although with such a high figure you do sometimes get the feeling that youre studying abroad.
I don't understand. My head of year says that at LSE all the international students stick together and only socialise with people from their home country, so there isn't much of a sense of community. Doesn't this happen at Imperial?
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I don't understand. My head of year says that at LSE all the international students stick together and only socialise with people from their home country, so there isn't much of a sense of community. Doesn't this happen at Imperial?
thats kinda the impression i got when i was there for a few hours
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