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Harvey Spe...
Exactly, that is what I implied.

I wonder what would be the logic behind that...



Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...


Rumour again. this is not true.
Exactly, that is what I implied.

[quote][quote]I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

[quote][quote]The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote][/quote]

Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...[/quote][/quote]

Rumour again. this is not true.
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aiges
Exactly, that is what I implied.

I wonder what would be the logic behind that...



Rumour again. this is not true.

I wasn't insuating it you were saying that. Tried to back you up :-)
[quote]Exactly, that is what I implied.

[quote][quote]I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

[quote][quote]The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote][/quote]

Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...[/quote][/quote]

Rumour again. this is not true.
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I wasn't insuating it you were saying that. Tried to back you up :-)
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Harvey Spe...
I know. ;)

Exactly, that is what I implied.



Rumour again. this is not true.

I wasn't insuating it you were saying that. Tried to back you up :-)
I know. ;)

[quote][quote]Exactly, that is what I implied.

[quote][quote]I wonder what would be the logic behind that...

[quote][quote]The deadline for submitting the applications is different.

[quote]Why does oxon. take so much longer than cam.? Is it true that they await the decisions of HLS?[/quote][/quote]

Dont know about the deadline but heard the same thing for the HLS connection...[/quote][/quote]

Rumour again. this is not true.
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I wasn't insuating it you were saying that. Tried to back you up :-)[/quote]
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Alfie17


You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.


I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.


Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.


This dude is rude. Smh.
[quote][quote][quote][quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.[/quote]

I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.[/quote]

Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.[/quote]

This dude is rude. Smh.
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VisionMed
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[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Well...
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LegalLife


Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.


This dude is rude. Smh.


How am I rude?


You are rude and stuck up! Jeez, you must be so much fun to be around!
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.[/quote]

I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.[/quote]

Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.[/quote]

This dude is rude. Smh. [/quote]

How am I rude?[/quote]

You are rude and stuck up! Jeez, you must be so much fun to be around!
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LegalLife
I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.


That is incorrect as I was admitted to both universities when i applied, a few years ago.
[quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

That is incorrect as I was admitted to both universities when i applied, a few years ago.
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VisionMed
Well...

[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Well...
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AdmissionL...


How am I rude?


You are rude and stuck up! Jeez, you must be so much fun to be around!


I still don't know what I said that was so rude? And now you have added that I'm stuck up - how? At least tell me why you're insulting me.


How dare you to ask for reasons :)

Perhaps one should really enrich the discussion here with some deep epistemological arguments against facts. As a result, we could finally rely entirely on our feelings; I don't think the significance of some of the discussions here would suffer too much. :p

[Edited by AdmissionLLM on Mar 07, 2018]

[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.[/quote]

I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.[/quote]

Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.[/quote]

This dude is rude. Smh. [/quote]

How am I rude?[/quote]

You are rude and stuck up! Jeez, you must be so much fun to be around![/quote]

I still don't know what I said that was so rude? And now you have added that I'm stuck up - how? At least tell me why you're insulting me. [/quote]

How dare you to ask for reasons :)

Perhaps one should really enrich the discussion here with some deep epistemological arguments against facts. As a result, we could finally rely entirely on our feelings; I don't think the significance of some of the discussions here would suffer too much. :p
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VisionMed
Well...

[Edited by VisionMed on Jul 12, 2018]

Well...
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I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.


If I remember correctly, you have to choose between Oxf and Cam for your undergrad applications via UCAS. Maybe that's where the information mix up is coming from? Not to brag about networks and such, but I know at least half a dozen people who've been admitted to both the Cam LL.M. and the Oxf M.Jur in recent years.
[quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

If I remember correctly, you have to choose between Oxf and Cam for your undergrad applications via UCAS. Maybe that's where the information mix up is coming from? Not to brag about networks and such, but I know at least half a dozen people who've been admitted to both the Cam LL.M. and the Oxf M.Jur in recent years.
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AdmissionL...


I still don't know what I said that was so rude? And now you have added that I'm stuck up - how? At least tell me why you're insulting me.


How dare you to ask for reasons :)

Perhaps one should really enrich the discussion here with some deep epistemological arguments against facts. As a result, we could finally rely entirely on our feelings; I don't think the significance of some of the discussions here would suffer too much. :p


Lol, I only made that epistemological point as a joke because the person put out a rumour and when I told them it was wrong, they said it was not a fact - just their opinion.


Please stop explaining things and start feeling them. :)

Btw can someone please ban SwissGuy, he obviously uses fake profiles to increase his likes :p

[Edited by AdmissionLLM on Mar 07, 2018]

[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.[/quote]

I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.[/quote]

Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.[/quote]

This dude is rude. Smh. [/quote]

How am I rude?[/quote]

You are rude and stuck up! Jeez, you must be so much fun to be around![/quote]

I still don't know what I said that was so rude? And now you have added that I'm stuck up - how? At least tell me why you're insulting me. [/quote]

How dare you to ask for reasons :)

Perhaps one should really enrich the discussion here with some deep epistemological arguments against facts. As a result, we could finally rely entirely on our feelings; I don't think the significance of some of the discussions here would suffer too much. :p[/quote]

Lol, I only made that epistemological point as a joke because the person put out a rumour and when I told them it was wrong, they said it was not a fact - just their opinion. [/quote]

Please stop explaining things and start feeling them. :)

Btw can someone please ban SwissGuy, he obviously uses fake profiles to increase his likes :p
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SwissGuy
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AdmissionL...


Lol, I only made that epistemological point as a joke because the person put out a rumour and when I told them it was wrong, they said it was not a fact - just their opinion.


Please stop explaining things and start feeling them. :)

Btw can someone please ban SwissGuy, he obviously uses fake profiles to increase his likes :p


What and outrageous but also possibly accurat accusation :)


I hereby forgive you :D
[quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote][quote]I have heard from an Oxford student that they do not admit students that applied to Cambridge as well. The applicant must choose only one of them. Don't know if it is true.[/quote]

You don't know what you're talking about. That is completely incorrect.[/quote]

I don't know if you have read properly but this is not my personal opinion. I was just sharing an information that I have heard from a current Oxford student.[/quote]

Yes but unless you're making some deep philosophical point, you can't replace facts with opinions. You are spreading rumours and I'm letting you and others know that they're not true.[/quote]

This dude is rude. Smh. [/quote]

How am I rude?[/quote]

You are rude and stuck up! Jeez, you must be so much fun to be around![/quote]

I still don't know what I said that was so rude? And now you have added that I'm stuck up - how? At least tell me why you're insulting me. [/quote]

How dare you to ask for reasons :)

Perhaps one should really enrich the discussion here with some deep epistemological arguments against facts. As a result, we could finally rely entirely on our feelings; I don't think the significance of some of the discussions here would suffer too much. :p[/quote]

Lol, I only made that epistemological point as a joke because the person put out a rumour and when I told them it was wrong, they said it was not a fact - just their opinion. [/quote]

Please stop explaining things and start feeling them. :)

Btw can someone please ban SwissGuy, he obviously uses fake profiles to increase his likes :p[/quote]

What and outrageous but also possibly accurat accusation :)[/quote]

I hereby forgive you :D
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SwissGuy
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Lol, I only made that epistemological point as a joke because the person put out a rumour and when I told them it was wrong, they said it was not a fact - just their opinion.


Not only rude, but also apparently have difficulty reading. The poster was quite explicit in stating that it was *not* their opinion. It was information they had received, the truth of which they were unsure of. Perhaps there is a language barrier here, maybe where you come from, saying to someone 'you don't know what you're talking about' translates as a perfectly civilized way of indicating disagreement. In the UK it is considered rude.
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Lol, I only made that epistemological point as a joke because the person put out a rumour and when I told them it was wrong, they said it was not a fact - just their opinion. [/quote]

Not only rude, but also apparently have difficulty reading. The poster was quite explicit in stating that it was *not* their opinion. It was information they had received, the truth of which they were unsure of. Perhaps there is a language barrier here, maybe where you come from, saying to someone 'you don't know what you're talking about' translates as a perfectly civilized way of indicating disagreement. In the UK it is considered rude.
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Ribben

Not only rude, but also apparently have difficulty reading. The poster was quite explicit in stating that it was *not* their opinion. It was information they had received, the truth of which they were unsure of. Perhaps there is a language barrier here, maybe where you come from, saying to someone 'you don't know what you're talking about' translates as a perfectly civilized way of indicating disagreement. In the UK it is considered rude.


Well then, thank God this isn't a UK forum, but a German one!

Now please quit prolonging this completely unnecessary discussion and focus on the topic of this thread.
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Not only rude, but also apparently have difficulty reading. The poster was quite explicit in stating that it was *not* their opinion. It was information they had received, the truth of which they were unsure of. Perhaps there is a language barrier here, maybe where you come from, saying to someone 'you don't know what you're talking about' translates as a perfectly civilized way of indicating disagreement. In the UK it is considered rude. [/quote]

Well then, thank God this isn't a UK forum, but a German one!

Now please quit prolonging this completely unnecessary discussion and focus on the topic of this thread.
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SwissGuy
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Ribben
Lets try to summarize the general feeling on this forum right now: We are all very unnerved because the waiting has been going on for so long and we still have more than a week (at the very least) to go...


This.

Am I the only one who has trouble falling asleep at night thinking about all this stuff? I haven't had a good night's sleep in like 2 weeks.
[quote]Lets try to summarize the general feeling on this forum right now: We are all very unnerved because the waiting has been going on for so long and we still have more than a week (at the very least) to go...[/quote]

This.

Am I the only one who has trouble falling asleep at night thinking about all this stuff? I haven't had a good night's sleep in like 2 weeks.
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SwissGuy
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