HIGHLY COMPETIT COURSE Medicine at Sheffield 11.2 applicants
HIGHLY COMPETIT COURSE Medicine at Sheffield 11.2 applicants per place Economics at LSE 9 applicants per place Natural Sciences at Cambridge
5 applicants per place Medicine at Sheffield 11.2 applicants place AAA per Economics at LSE A*AA 9 applicants per place
Natural Sciences at Cambridge 5 applicants per place A*A*A WHY IS IT SO COMPETITIVE? Because we have a very rich university environment . TIMES WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKINGS 1. University of Oxford
4. University of Cambridge 8. Imperial College, London 15. University College London 25. London School of Economics 27. University of Edinburgh 36. Kings College London 55. University of Manchester 71. University of Bristol 82. University of Warwick 88. University of Glasgow 96. Durham University 12 of the top one hundred universities in the world are British. WHY IS IT SO COMPETITIVE?
Because we have a very rich university environment TESTS AND INTERVIEWS LNAT for Law UKCAT and BMAT for Medicine Thinking Skills Tests A publisher produces magazines, all of which have a number of pages which is a multiple of 32. Thus, a magazine can have 32, 64, 96....... pages. The front cover is always counted as page 1.
The centre spread of the magazine could have pages numbered A 15 and 16. B 30 and 31. C 50 and 51. D 63 and 64. E 96 and 97. Every year in Britain there are nearly 25 000 car fires, yet it is estimated that only five per cent of motorists travel with a fire extinguisher in their car. If more motorists could be encouraged to carry fire extinguishers then the number of car fires could be considerably reduced. Which of the following is the best statement of the flaw in the argument above? A It ignores the fact that millions of motorists never
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