||[Aug. 10th, 2006|03:14 pm]
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Hi guys, I was a question for you that might be weird to answer. :/ So my apologies in advance.|
I was unable to apply through UCAS last year, so this year I'm either enrolling my in local university or taking a gap year to work - it doesn't really matter, or does it? Do you guys think UK unis have a preference about how I spend this year? - either way, I'm applying to UK unis for fall 2007. Since I'm out of school, I have my IB results and will probably be rejected/accepted right away, instead of getting conditional offers (or am I missing something?), which is good.
My question is, umm... a guarantee school. Ok that sounds terrible, but I want to be certain that I at least get in somewhere, because I didn't want to wait a year, and the thought of maybe waiting two years is unacceptable.
So I was wondering if you guys knew of any schools in the London area (doesn't have to be in London, in fact it's good if it's outside... money) that offer Anthropology, philosophy, religious studies, or psychology programmes that aren't super selective?
(My current target school is Goldsmith's for psychology... Do you guys know if it's hard to get in here? They only ask for 30 IB points, so I saw a weak light there.
cross-posted in uni2006