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August 20, 2004

A-level results are upon us again, and with them the onslaught of the frenzied last-minute competition that is clearing. However, if Queen Mary, University of London, is hoping to attract the maximum number of students to its undergraduate business studies course the admissions team may need to act especially quickly.

A steady stream of anxious students seeking advice has already begun dialling the number in the prospectus - which sadly connects them straight to The Times Higher . Worried that your A-level grades might not get you into business studies? Have you considered a career in journalism, instead?

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