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Applying for Oxbridge

Asked by Rory

What advice would you have for someone looking to apply for post-graduate study several years after completing their undergrad?

Hi there, I would certainly take a look at different courses and also different universities as many different universities have a different curriculum/agenda when it comes to what is included in their course content. I'd also make sure your priorities are in order before you take on a post-graduate course. While they are shorter than the usual undergrad, it can often be more intense and more rea... more

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Asked by Sarah

Is a GCSE in art required for studying architecture and engineering? What A levels would be needed?

Hi Sarah! I am currently studying architecture and did not take Art at GCSE or A-level so there is no need to worry if you haven't. It varies between universities and specialised degrees, however the general consensus is mathematics is a good foundation to lead with. However, I would recommend that you develop an independent portfolio of your works to show your basic artistic abilities. The requir... more

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Asked by AJZ

I am searching for undergraduate degrees to complete that I would enjoy but also find useful. I am looking for something related to Statistics, Business and Computing/Computer science or even a combination of at least 2 of these subjects. Any ideas?

A good option would be a data science related degree, especially one with a combination of machine learning. These areas are increasingly in demand and you will be well primed for employment. Otherwise maths related degrees, finance degrees, or software engineering degrees, will have elements of everything you are looking for and you will have a lot of career options to go into

Applying for Medicine

Asked by Basma

Autonomy in health care

Patient autonomy: The right of patients to make decisions about their medical care without their health care provider trying to influence the decision. Patient autonomy does allow for health care providers to educate the patient but does not allow the health care provider to make the decision for the patient.

Applying for University

Asked by Anita

Got a D in an economics mock. This is going to be used to make my predicted grade. I got AA in my other subjects. I don’t know what to do, because i know my predicted is going to be low. Will I need to take a gap year?

Hey Anita, I hope this finds you well. Mock exams are a part of a holistic whole when teachers are formulating your predicted grades. If you feel that your mock grades are not reflective of what you are capable of, as are the cases in mocks more often than not, I would encourage you to have a conversation with your teachers. Be proactive in showing that you are seeking to improve and will be abl... more

Applying for Oxbridge

Asked by Anita

If i’m applying for Cambridge undergraduate law (a competitive degree) what can I do to make sure I stand out?

I think you can try and get on a summer school UNiQ Or go to a sample lecture

Applying for University

Asked by AJZ

If I have past experience in a subject (for example GCSE level) but I don't do that subject during my A levels can I something related to that subject in university or will I be too inexperienced?

If you have continued experience in the field outside of curriculum, I’m thinking here of performance degrees like music or theatre, then I can’t see it being a problem. However, the further towards the sciences you go with the degree the less you’re able to apply skills learnt elsewhere and the more you need that learning that might’ve been missed.

Applying for University

Asked by Usman

What is molecu

What is a molecule? I think that's what you meant.

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