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Thanks for the reply. I see what you mean. There is no way I would have been up to the level required for a MI Masters back in 1996, after graduating. I had an interview and aptitude tests for the Leeds University MA, back in 2006, and they were really tough and a rude awakening to the level of language required.
bonzarey wrote:It's a question of what you put into it as much as what they can offer you.!
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