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    ...with my love.


    Can anyone tell me will a university consider my application if I am already at university?

    I know I have heard of some universities not accepting students already holding a place on a degree. But if I went to uni next year, took on a A-level and applied for 2013 entry, would they consider me?
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    They would consider you.

    whether they like it or not depends on the uni.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    They would consider you.

    whether they like it or not depends on the uni.
    then I shall woo them with my love.
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    (Original post by bestofyou)
    ...with my love.


    Can anyone tell me will a university consider my application if I am already at university?

    I know I have heard of some universities not accepting students already holding a place on a degree. But if I went to uni next year, took on a A-level and applied for 2013 entry, would they consider me?
    The idea of taking an A level while at university is certainly novel.
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    (Original post by bestofyou)
    then I shall woo them with my love.
    You have a lot of love to give out!
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    The idea of taking an A level while at university is certainly novel.
    why say that friend?
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    (Original post by bestofyou)
    why say that friend?
    Because people at university don't have time to take A levels, being fully occupied in studying their degrees. If you don't really want to study the first degree you would be better advised to take year to take more A levels and not burn your student funding on a wasted year.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Because people at university don't have time to take A levels, being fully occupied in studying their degrees. If you don't really want to study the first degree you would be better advised to take year to take more A levels and not burn your student funding on a wasted year.
    I think I would to be honest. Reckon it'd be OK.

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