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Old Feb 8 2007, 09:10 AM   #1
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Appologies in advance, but my grandparents have toddled off to London for the weekend and I need to tell people otherwise I'm probably just going to keel over...^^

I applied to three different Universities to read English, starting this September (Since I'm now in my final year of college)

I got into my local two Universities, which I expected...

Then I just got a call saying I'd been accepted on a conditional offer to Leicester Uni... -Grins- Bearing in mind this Uni is has statistically the best English Department in the country, surpassing Oxford and Cambridge...^^

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Then I just got a call saying I'd been accepted on a conditional offer to Leicester Uni... -Grins- Bearing in mind this Uni is has statistically the best English Department in the country, surpassing Oxford and Cambridge...^^
Wow! Well done!

[I did my undergrad degree in Leicester, living in GM Hall for the first few years - avoid College Hall if possible; it may be closer to Uni, but that's all it's got going in its favour! You'll have a fantastic time there - it's a great student city.]
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Noted...Thanks for the tip. -Chuckles- I'd definately need to be in halls. There is no way on this earth I'd be able to commute from Derby all the time and besides, I don't particularly think it fair that I stay with my Grandparents for any longer than I need to...-Laughs-

Apparantly they have a very good record with regards to special-needs help as well. ^^;

An English student with dyslexia is the ultimate irony, but I'll be darned if I let it put me off...^^
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That's wonderful! I'm going to guess that "Reading" a subject translates into what we would call "Majoring in" a subject? Also, I'm still getting used to "college" not being 'mostly' interchangeable with "university" (or even "school" for that matter!). I've gotten myself into some pretty hot water, insulting non-Americans by asking them what year they are in "school" and then being told "I'm at uni, NOT school!" Poisssonally, I'm still in "school" - the School of Life, dontcha know?!
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Yes, reading==majoring

Over here, colleges are confusing. Some of them equate to schools (i.e. sixth form colleges, community colleges), but others equate with universities. Some even do both!

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-Nods- I've quite a few friends overseas to whom I've had to explain that college is an add-on to school. -Chuckles- I think it's due to the fact that we leave compulsory education at 16 over here, and a further two years can be done if you then want to go to University afterwards.

(Although if the current Government have their way, that may all change and the poor souls are going to have to stay at school until 18).

But yes, in the final year of this English course, we get to do a dissertation on absolutely any book whatsoever...-Eyes her DRoP collection- I'll be fine...xD
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Wow! That's very good news and well done!
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Sorry for the double post. My laptop decided to be slow, and when I refreshed the window I didn't see my post, so i thought it hadn't gotten sent.
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If you take up Leicester, look up Prof Peter Graves who holds one of the English chairs. I knew him way back in the fifties.
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Well I've definately put it as my first choice...I just have to sweat blood to ensure I get the placement now...^^
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Nick's Mum and Grandfather worked in Leicester uni, librarian and space sciences technician respectively.
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Congrats

The university I went to was called

University College Cork which just confused the heck out of people.
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Congratulations What do you have to get in your A levels to meet the conditional offer?
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I have to get B/B/B - But they say they work more on a point system, and I have one C at AS level (Business Studies) and I'm due to get B/B/C/C at A2 level, plus I have 2 Keyskills and a level 1 city & guilds pass.

Plus I have a decent list of 'Achievements and personal hobbies' that they said were impressive...xD
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you'll be alright then!
I managed to get three times the points asked for for my course.

Physics was a shortage subject (still is- but not as bad as my year- we had 27 students, the two years below both started out with over 50- mind you the lowered points wasn't that good an idea- there're 14 of us left) so my original offer was 240 points- B and C in physics and maths and a D in something else.
Then I did a scholarship exam and messed up the maths paper (physics paper was really easy- unlike past papers, I did an odd maths course so I hadn't actually covered most of the maths) so I got a reduced offer- they knocked off 120 points so my offer was 120 points- a C in maths and an E in anything else.
I got ABCD which equalled 360 points.

Hobbies always help! As does an odd collection of facts. I proved to the bloke at Cardiff that couldn't see why I wanted to do engineering physics (guess where I didn't go after that!) that I knew lots about microscopy!
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It's fun when they give you knock-down offers, isn't it? Leicester gave me EE instead of BCC.
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:blink: The English system will forever confuse me, I think!
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Yeah... I think my brain just overheated
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Congratulations, Sara! Well done
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Right- this is the system at the moment- its changing I think

A-levels are the course you take usually in the school years (Sept-Sept) you are 17 or 18, they are split into two.
AS levels take up the first year and are worth 1/2 an A-level, you usually take 4 and drop 1 at the end of the 1st year though you can carry them all on like I did- though I don't reccomend it
Then you take A levels in the 2nd year.

Halfway through your A-level year you have the option of applying to universities- a maximum of 6.
They then either decline, give an unconditional offer or a conditional offer.

In a conditional offer the university either asks for particular offer ie ABC or points- ie 280 points. This can change if you have an interview or do a scholarship exam etc.

A-level grades go ABCDE and U where A is the highest, E is the lowest and U is a fail- but they might be changing them!

Points are related to grades

A=120
B=100
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then you get your results in August and be
a) over the moon
b) frantically phoning the universities
c) looking at the clearing lists
d) looking for a job

any clearer! I can't compare it to the US or Australian system.
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That makes sense. Thank you
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Congrats SJ!
*edible confetti for everyone!*


Edi - that helped, but it still seems a confusing system to me -- but then I'm sure ours is confusing to non-citizens too!
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I can't work out the US one!
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Mmm...edible confetti...-Blinks-

Thanks everyone...^^ Yes, the English system is a little...peculiar compared to the relative straight-forwardness of other systems, but it does work...Most of the time. -Chuckles-

I think I'll probably have to go through clearing in order to get into Lec, but at least I know that if I don't manage to get in, there is no way I'll /not/ get into Derby Uni...xD I think they want CDD from me.
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We have our digits crossed for you! And thanks Edi
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Ouch, the system has clearly changed since my time *ahem* years ago

Thanks for explaining
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It's fun when they give you knock-down offers, isn't it? Leicester gave me EE instead of BCC.
Lucky!

My brother got into Loughborough with BCC when they wanted ABB but I didn't get into Reading with a BCD when they wanted BCC! Almost glad I didn't though, otherwise I wouldn't be at Essex!
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It was a bit easier for me, being a mature student who already had an HND from a couple of years earlier. For the non-Brits, HND = Higher National Diploma - a 2-year course that's regarded as the equivalent to the first year of a degree, & which can allow you to go straight into the second year in some cases. Since the degree was in a different subject (though with some overlap) I opted to do the full 3 years.

I went to the uni, chatted to the course leader, & he offered me a place on the spot, then I applied through UCAS, just so all the paperwork was in order!
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I went to Loughborough for a week two years ago on a HE program my school was running. It was alright, but since I didn't want to do Sport or Math (Math...-Shudders-) I thought it best not to apply there, even if I do have a rather fetching blue bag with the name and logo printed on...xD

I just need to better my predicted General Studies grade and get an A instead of a B and I ought to be fine.

The best thing about the Lec course (Apart from being able to study any book in the last year) is that I'll be able to go abroad for a year at no extra course cost.../and/ I get a bursary for it...^^ -Always wanted to go to Italy- So I'm hoping that I'll manage to get a place for that too should I end up being able to go there.
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Oooh, studying abroad. That sounds great!
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Anyone who can understand the British educational system should be awarded an automatic PhD. But congrats to you all the same!
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Right, I can't do the scottish part- its a slightly different system but this is an outline of the system in England and Wales
School years start in September

Primary School

Infants (key stage 1)
4- nursery (Wales only)
5- Reception
6- year 1
7- yr 2

Junior (key stage 2)
8- yr 3
9- yr 4
10- yr 5
11- yr 6
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Key Stage 3
12- yr 7
13- yr 8
14- yr9
KS3 Sats in English, Maths and Science

Key Stage 4
15- yr 10
16- yr 11
GCSES/ Intermediate GNVQs- never took a GNVQ but you take English, Maths and in most cases at least 1 science GCSE and several option subjects (ie French, Geography, History, Electronics) These are graded A*,A,B,C,D,E,F,G,U where A* is the highest, G is the lowest and U is a fail

AT THE MOMENT THAT'S THE END OF COMPULSORY EDUCATION-though it's changing

Right, I've already explained A-levels, you can also do more GNVQs, NVQs, modern apprenticeships etc

Then there's university (law and medicine are different and I'm not sure how they work)

A HND (higher national diploma is below a degree but can lead to a degree-as Ian said)
There's an ordinary degree (again I don't know much about those)
Then there're batchelor's degrees (BA, BSc)
Then there're integrated master degrees (wot I do) (Mphys, Mmaths, Meng (dunno if there're others- i think there's Mchem))
the above are all first degrees (Possibly not the right term)

Then you can do a Masters degree, either taught or research (MA, MSc, Mphil) a taught masters degree takes about a year a research one takes longer

And/or (you don't need a masters) you can do a PhD or a Dphil (a doctorate)
They take 4 or 5 years

Then you might be able to do a post-doctorate etc

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Clear as mud.

Congrats sjslack! You will do great.
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edith, you just earned your PhD!

And at such a young age, too!
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PhDs usually only take three years

And the (very bad) idea of raising compulsary schooling age to 18 is nothing more than an idea - not even officially published in a White Paper yet, let alone got to Parliament!
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I think the main reason that they're thinking about that is the fact that there are so many 16-18 year olds doing absolutely nothing. (In terms of both work and education).

I agree that it certainly isn't the best idea in the world however...They ought to do something aking to more apprentiships instead.
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And the (very bad) idea of raising compulsary schooling age to 18 is nothing more than an idea - not even officially published in a White Paper yet, let alone got to Parliament!
I think its 4 in physics.
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