Revealed: Which uni courses are having the most sex?
This data is WILD
Every year we survey students across the country on their sexual appetite and preferences. The Tab collects responses from all the major British unis and this year, 5,078 of you took part.
We looked at how many students were having sex more than ten times within the last month from each degree.
Marketing has come up top, with 38.4 per cent of the students saying they have had sex more than 10 times within the last month. They clearly know how to put themselves on the market.
Sociology follows in second place, with 38.1 per cent of the students studying the subject admitting they've had sex more than 10 times within the last month.
In third place is Chemical Engineering, with 37.7 per cent of students somehow managing to have sex more than 10 times within the last month, which we think is actually a lie.
Sports Science is in fourth place with 37.3 per cent, Classics is in fifth place with 36.7 per cent and Chemistry is in sixth place with 36.2 per cent.
The degree course having the least sex is History of Art with only 21.4 per cent of the students saying they had sex more than ten times within the last month. Seems like they're too busy looking at Renaissance nudes to send their own.
Economics students have the most average amount of sex out of all uni degree courses, which makes sense as they've managed to make supply equal demand.
Here are the results in full: