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    So I was interviewed for a PGDE in Strathclyde on the 30th March. I was told I should have an outcome within a week and a half to two weeks. After two weeks there was still no response, so I actually called the university. To my delight I was told I had been offered a place and that GTTR should update soon. After a week (last friday) I still didn't have an update. So I called Strathclyde again. Again they told me the information had been sent on to GTTR and that it should update soon. So now, another week later, I still don't have any more information. The GTTR website is still showing 'Stop'. So I called GTTR yesterday and they told me that they had not received any information. I then called Strathclyde and they said the information had been sent, but that GTTR/UCAS is very busy at this time of year.

    So what exactly should I do? I'm very eager to get officially accepted so that I can begin planning my move and getting ready for the course.
    Has anyone else been in a similiar situation?

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