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    (Original post by keeran.j)
    Hey , its sort of a general question , if you got rejected by UCL , and then you apply again the next year , does it put you to a disadvantage? that they think oh we rejected this kid last year for so and so reason . and what if you you get rejected the second year , do they even consider you if you apply again the third time in a row?
    I'm (probably) in the same situation as you. I applied to UCL last year and got an offer, which I however couldn't achieve. I called them up and asked them what if I re-apply for the same course next year, will that affect my chances and they said no.

    I hope that phone call was serious and accurate, because I am having to re-apply for next year as well.

    And anyway I doubt it they would remember (or lookup) each candidate whether they applied to us last year or not? I may be wrong though.

    You are in a slightly different situation in the sense that you didn't get the offer the first year. Hmmm I hope it doesn't affect you. Shouldn't normally.
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    (Original post by JakeBeesley)
    I've reapplied for UCL this year after getting a rejection after interview. They told me that I would be treated as a fresh candidate, and I've been given an unconditional offer this year. I think the like if if you show that you really want to go there, and keeping in some sort of contact with the admissions tutor/officer could be a good idea. I made contact with them at points asking how I should be spending my gap year etc.

    Hi! can I ask you more infos about re applying to UCL w/Bartlett ?
 
 
 
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