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Is it too risky?
Hi, would just like to say that I find myself in exactly the same situation, however I am starting to open my mind to the possibility of other universities even though I totally had my heart set on one in particular for so long. If you are so determined to do that course in particular I would not take the chance, as it seems only a small proportion of the students actually succeed in applying at the end of the first year...there seem to be many good unis that offer the course you want with direct entry into that course via ucas application. You'd kick yourself at the end of the first year if you didn't get in, so I'd say open your mind to other places to study. No university is worth taking such a risk for, well unless its oxbridge in which case I'd say take that chance because thats just a once in a lifetime oppertunity.

Sorry my advise isn't that good but I thought I'd just share my thought process relating to the same problem.

Good luck with whatever you decide and hope you get that french grade you want.

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Is it too risky? - by Milly - 05/07/2007, 10:32 AM
RE: Is it too risky? - by katy - 10/07/2007, 01:20 AM
RE: Is it too risky? - by Milly - 11/07/2007, 08:42 PM

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