As Pierre indicates, I really don't think there's going to be much between them. I suppose you could do a bit of research into which is more renowned (though they'll both consist of super geniuses). Horses for courses.
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Visit both if you can and choose the one you like best. Are there open days you can go to? Try to get a feel of both places including the town areas and accommodation and choose the one that you think will fit you best. Oxford and Cambridge are both exceptional institutions so you're not going to miss out on reputation by choosing one over the other.
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