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    68 overall first year
    77 - european econ 2
    51 - european econ 1
    intl econ 1 - 70
    intl econ 2 - 65
    industrial econ - 67
    math econ - 86
    stats - 60
    microeconomics - 70
    macroeconomics - 64
    environmental econ - 72
    i think thats about it....
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    (Original post by keekee107)
    A chance to show off :p: Haha!

    100 Macroeconomic Principles
    93 - Introduction to Financial Decision Making
    87 - Financial Reporting
    87 - Advanced Statistics
    87 - Microeconomic Principles
    83 - Introductory Computer Applications
    75 - Work, Organisations and Society
    72 - Advanced Maths
    66 - Introductory Management Accounting
    64 - International Politics

    Averaged 79.4 cos of the different weightings. Shame it's only first year and doesn't count
    which degree is that? sounds like a random degree...you seem to have studied everything lol
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    69 - British Politics II
    64 - European Politics I
    49 - European Politics II (I got an unfair mark on my assessment! :mad: )
    68 - Foundations in Politics
    63 - Political Philosophy
    70 - History of the British Welfare State
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Holy mother of turnips :eek: I hereby make it my aim to beat you [next year [assuming I get in [which I might not]]]!

    EDIT: Oh, you were lying :p:
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    (Original post by prospectivEEconomist)
    which degree is that? sounds like a random degree...you seem to have studied everything lol
    Lol. It's Accounting and Finance. At Manchester they make you do a really random first year taking options in loads of different Social Science subjects. Next year's much more focussed (unfortunately haha!)
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    1st Year.

    88% - Social Dimensions of Biology
    81% - History & Development of Archaeology
    77% - Neuroscience and Behaviour
    73% - Human Env Impact: Case Studies
    72% - Current Environmental Issues
    71% - Biodiversity: Past and Present
    70% - Introduction to Philosophy
    68% - Darwinian Evolution
    62% - The Anthropological Imagination
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    (Original post by hmjessop)
    That doesn't look like Economics.... Where's Macro/Micro? Maths/Stats?
    macro and micro was in the business economics module.
    Stats was in the Academic and Professional Skills module.

    In the first year all students in the business school do a core year, which gives us the opportunity to try out every subject before we made our final choice of degree programme Since many students may not have previously studied business subjects, and many may be uncertain which area of business they wish to study in depth.
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    (Original post by King4eva)
    macro and micro was in the business economics module.
    Stats was in the Academic and Professional Skills module.

    In the first year all students in the business school do a core year, which gives us the opportunity to try out every subject before we made our final choice of degree programme Since many students may not have previously studied business subjects, and many may be uncertain which area of business they wish to study in depth.
    theres NOTHING economics about your degree. you study same subjects as business studies students
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    (Original post by prospectivEEconomist)
    theres NOTHING economics about your degree. you study same subjects as business studies students
    well business economics is related to economics and Academic and Professional Skills was 50% quantative metheds. I have already pointed out that in the first year we do neutral subjects. In the second year i am doing

    Research Methods (both semesters)
    Microeconomics
    Macroeconomics
    Economic Analysis
    Further Economic Analysis
    and a free elective
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    67 - Time, Fossils & The Stratigraphic Record
    73 - Dynamic Earth
    77 - Micro to Macro (Intro Geophysics)
    76 - Tutorials & Maths Workshops
    78 - Mineralogy
    78 - Atoms to Rocks (Intro Geochemistry)
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    68 - Introductory Field Course
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    A1-C++ Programming
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    A3-Maths 2B
    2nd year Applied Computing at Dundee University. If only it counted towards the degree...
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    (Original post by King4eva)
    macro and micro was in the business economics module.
    Stats was in the Academic and Professional Skills module.

    In the first year all students in the business school do a core year, which gives us the opportunity to try out every subject before we made our final choice of degree programme Since many students may not have previously studied business subjects, and many may be uncertain which area of business they wish to study in depth.
    So you are studying business/business economics not actual economics?
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    (Original post by King4eva)
    well business economics is related to economics and Academic and Professional Skills was 50% quantative metheds. I have already pointed out that in the first year we do neutral subjects. In the second year i am doing

    Research Methods (both semesters)
    Microeconomics
    Macroeconomics
    Economic Analysis
    Further Economic Analysis
    and a free elective
    Which university are you studying at?
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    (Original post by .ACS.)
    Which university are you studying at?
    University of hull
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    (Original post by hmjessop)
    So you are studying business/business economics not actual economics?
    no im studying Bsc economics
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    This is such a egotistical, self-indulgent thread.... But anyway:

    American modernisms: 62
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    Doing Accounting at Glasgow Caledonian University:

    Introduction To Financial Accounting - 88
    Business Law 1 - 55
    Principles Of Business Finance - 82
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    Economics,Markets And Enterprise - 70
    Introduction To Management Accounting - 66
 
 
 
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