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    I received a letter from my college in late April requesting evidence of the qualifications I entered on my UCAS application within a six week deadline. I applied to AQA for reproduction certificates to be produced but there has been a delay in processing the application and I will not be able to meet the deadline. When I called admissions to explain my situation I was told that they aren't even in this week and won't be back until Monday! By the time I can explain everything the deadline will have passed.

    I'm really not sure what to do...
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    (Original post by Eroica)
    I received a letter from my college in late April requesting evidence of the qualifications I entered on my UCAS application within a six week deadline. I applied to AQA for reproduction certificates to be produced but there has been a delay in processing the application and I will not be able to meet the deadline. When I called admissions to explain my situation I was told that they aren't even in this week and won't be back until Monday! By the time I can explain everything the deadline will have passed.

    I'm really not sure what to do...
    Ring Durham admissions NOW, and explain the whole situation. They will not reject you if it isn't your fault. However you must do this, otherwise you could get into a mess later.
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    (Original post by Eroica)
    I received a letter from my college in late April requesting evidence of the qualifications I entered on my UCAS application within a six week deadline. I applied to AQA for reproduction certificates to be produced but there has been a delay in processing the application and I will not be able to meet the deadline. When I called admissions to explain my situation I was told that they aren't even in this week and won't be back until Monday! By the time I can explain everything the deadline will have passed.

    I'm really not sure what to do...
    Since the letter cam from your College, contact the College - the College is responsible for checking the certificates for its intake and they will definitely be around for the coming week.

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