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English Political Party Perspectives [Apr. 23rd, 2010|12:35 am]
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7rin
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Since there's all this pre-election bollocks going on, does anyone here have a clue what any of the parties stances are on the subject of adoption?

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HI 2010 UNI goers [Mar. 23rd, 2010|11:14 am]
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susuanalove
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hey i made a group for ppl going to uni this year 2010 community.livejournal.com/uni_2010/profile Its new, so not much its on it, some help would be nice :)
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(no subject) [Oct. 11th, 2007|07:22 pm]
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littleathena
Is there anyone here who's at, or who used to go to Keele University?
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(no subject) [Aug. 22nd, 2007|03:09 pm]
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vanilla_qm
Hey guys,
If anyone is interested, I started this journal to keep track of my life leading up to and in university... check it out if you like. Hope you enjoy!
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(no subject) [May. 9th, 2007|01:37 pm]
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nucleotide_boy
Hi all,

Just a quick question I was hoping someone might be able to help me with.

I am creating a MS Excel file of results I got from some recent lab work. Unfortunately I have to import the graphs as pictures as there is no way to transfer them from the original software to excel in any other form.

Every time I insert one of the graphs (as a picture) I have to resize it because it is inserted too large. This is actually quite time consuming when you're talking a few hundred graphs.

Does anyone know if there is way of changing a setting in Excel to always insert pictures in a defined way?

I'd really appreciate some help!

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New community [Apr. 30th, 2007|04:04 pm]
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russia_moore
Hello all!

I've just made a new community called nor_am_uk_ac for North Americans at/applying to schools in the UK. A lot of us have just about no guidance, no idea what procedures are, or which schools have which atmospheres/academics. So if you are in the UK and want to help us out, that would be AWESOME. If you are applying to a school and are currently across the pond, if you are at a school but still have questions, or if the mood just happens to strike you, feel free to join at any time!
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No trident! [Mar. 11th, 2007|09:30 pm]
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polkadotskirt
Please e-mail your MP and ask them vote against trident renewal on wednesday. We signed the nuclear nonproliferation treaty - we should honor it. We don't want other nations to develop nuclear capabilities, so we should disarm ourselves. Please fight!
http://www.upmystreet.com/commons/email/l/11.html
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(no subject) [Feb. 18th, 2007|08:05 pm]
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dgirllamius
Hi,

I was just wondering if anyone knew much about repeating years? I'm a student at the university of Plymouth and I am syudying Digital Arts and Technology. There are 6 different modules and you need to pass all 6 to make it to the second year, though I feel have messed up on 2 of them so I'm screwed basically.

So I'm thinking about repeating this year. I would rather repeat the year than drop out all together. If anyone can shed some light about repeating years then that would be great.

Thanks :)

xx
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University of Exeter [Jan. 13th, 2007|06:37 pm]
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mybdog
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Hey folks,

I'm not totally sure this is allowed here but I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm an American and looking to apply to the University of Exeter's MSc in Animal Behavior. It's a little pricey for me to fly there just to check out the campus but the only information I can find online about the school and the city are tourist type things so I was hoping someone here might be able to give me a little more personal experience of the area. I'd be really thankful for any help especially if you guys could hook me up with someone who actually goes there/is in that program.

Thanks!
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(no subject) [Jan. 5th, 2007|09:52 pm]
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supinity
I have decided that I cannot live where I live anymore, I must get away as soon as possible.

I originally had my finished UCAS list, but I've decided to scratch my reach school that required 32 IB points, for ... something that's safer, but I also realize that few things can be considered a safety for me, as I received 30 IB points (...).

Anyway, I was wondering if you guys had any places to recommend that would be suitable to apply to? I've looked through ucas without much luck (is Goldsmith's insanely hard to get into? They only required 28 points for some combination of history and something else, but I figure they are pretty hard anyway). I'm applying for history and or religious studies. Preferably in the London area, but going outside is no problem at all.

Cross posted in ukuni, uni2006 & uni2007 (sorry).
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