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    (Original post by [email protected])
    But Kellogg Recently Enroll Full-time Students, Just Like I Am. That's Ok With No Such College Included, I Feel Totally No Problem With That, Just Wondering, That's All. Thanks For Ur Reply
    If they only did it recently then it's not really surprising that there's no-one else on this forum in the same position as you. Start one. :yes:
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    can I start one??:eek:
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    Yes. They're not fora - they're just regular threads. You start a thread (in the normal Oxford forum) the same way you would usually (except probably with e.g. some links to the college website etc so it's actually a useful thread) and then you ask in AAM if they will move it for you.
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    Thanks !
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    (Original post by henryt)
    I've heard some (read: Law) of the tutors can be slave-drivers, but it's not a Merton 'thing'!
    Ah crap
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    Don't worry about it - all the lawyers cope! It gives you something to moan about, too - more than most Arts students attempts of 'I attended a lecture this week, it was so stressful!'. Mindy is actually a nice person deep down, too, I've heard! And you'll only have them briefly anyway - you get all of your tutes with specialists, so you'll have an exchange with a few other colleges. You may find that the other tutors are even worse - who knows...!
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    (Original post by henryt)
    Don't worry about it - all the lawyers cope! It gives you something to moan about, too - more than most Arts students attempts of 'I attended a lecture this week, it was so stressful!'. Mindy is actually a nice person deep down, too, I've heard! And you'll only have them briefly anyway - you get all of your tutes with specialists, so you'll have an exchange with a few other colleges. You may find that the other tutors are even worse - who knows...!
    Thanks a lot :-)
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    (Original post by henryt)
    Don't worry about it - all the lawyers cope! It gives you something to moan about, too - more than most Arts students attempts of 'I attended a lecture this week, it was so stressful!'. Mindy is actually a nice person deep down, too, I've heard! And you'll only have them briefly anyway - you get all of your tutes with specialists, so you'll have an exchange with a few other colleges. You may find that the other tutors are even worse - who knows...!
    My tutor has Harry Potter on his bookshelves (If I get in...)

    I probably shouldn't have been letting my mind wander during the interview to see what books there were...
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    hey there.

    i'm going to be applying for law at oxford. i'm currently trying to decided between applying open and applying to a college direct. If i do apply to a college, i'm seriously considering worcester at this point.

    If anyone can help me, I'd like to find out a bit more about worcester. Whats the social scene like? i figure people are probably very friendly but is it a college with a very vibrant social scene, with people just hanging out/going out/partying alot? Also, whats law at worcester like? Is it very pressurising? Finally, are applications for worcester very competitive for law (i.e. do lots of ppl apply for law at worcester)? Do bear in mind that i'm an international applicant...is this likely to affect my chances with worcester? Is it true that some oxford colleges favour british/european applicants (i've read about this on other tsr forums but nothing about worcester specifically)

    Or do you guys think I should just go with an open app? Would that improve my chances of getting a place over applying direct to worcester?

    Thks very much.
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    hey there.

    i'm going to be applying for law at oxford. i'm currently trying to decided between applying open and applying to a college direct. If i do apply to a college, i'm seriously considering worcester at this point.

    If anyone can help me, I'd like to find out a bit more about worcester. Whats the social scene like? i figure people are probably very friendly but is it a college with a very vibrant social scene, with people just hanging out/going out/partying alot? Also, whats law at worcester like? Is it very pressurising? Finally, are applications for worcester very competitive for law (i.e. do lots of ppl apply for law at worcester)? Do bear in mind that i'm an international applicant...is this likely to affect my chances with worcester? Is it true that some oxford colleges favour british/european applicants (i've read about this on other tsr forums but nothing about worcester specifically)

    Or do you guys think I should just go with an open app? Would that improve my chances of getting a place over applying direct to worcester?

    Thks very much.
    :hello:

    Worcester's social scene is pretty buzzing. We work hard and party even harder (this is even acknowledged and in a weird way celebrated by the head of the college!). The bar and adjacent quad is pretty much the centre of college life and there are quite a few club nights advertised, etc. Lots of people like to get involved with extra-curricular stuff too, esp. sports, drama and to a slightly lesser extent, music. I'm not sure what Law at Worcester is like or how competitive it is but afaik it's not regarded as the college for Law (e.g. Worcester has a strong rep for Theology and Music and is always v oversubscribed for those courses), but I do know lawyers who are amongst the party animals

    I doubt there's a bias towards home students within the college but I don't know much about international stats/applications
 
 
 
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