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      I think the hardest part about UCAS is when the first university makes a choice. Because an offer tells you that your personal statement is at least average and you filled out the application form correctly. It also guarantees you something to aim for. If I had 5 rejections then I would have the feeling of "what's the point"?

      Good job on the offer so close to christmas.
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      I was so pleased when I got my first offer, it was from my insurance, so I knew I at least had somewhere to go.
      Is anyone else getting emails from UCAS saying "win an Ipad" and **** like that? It's really annoying because I get all worked up and find out it's about nothing important.
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      (Original post by (:Becca(:)
      I was so pleased when I got my first offer, it was from my insurance, so I knew I at least had somewhere to go.
      Is anyone else getting emails from UCAS saying "win an Ipad" and **** like that? It's really annoying because I get all worked up and find out it's about nothing important.
      All the time, it's very annoying.

      Two offers in one day made up for that though.
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      Got an offer from my insurance today. And I'm utterly ecstatic. Incidentally I would only be happy going to two of my choices anyway!
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      (Original post by pinda.college)
      Just logged into track and saw that Nottingham Trent have given me a offer (Minimum of 240 UCAS points needed). I'm over the moon

      When I checked my email, it said that my track had changed. I was terrified to open my choices page incase I had been rejected

      How did you feel knowing that you've got one offer?

      I'm so happy
      congrats! :clap2:

      you should check your track even when you don't receive any emails from UCAS. I logged onto track and found a few more offers! I wasn't even notified!
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      I got my first (and so far the only one) offer 3 days ago. I was so happy, my self-esteem rapidly increased. From that moment onwards, I have been rereading the syllabus and the list of the alumni...getting used to the fact that a British top 10 uni wants me
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      (Original post by pinda.college)
      Just logged into track and saw that Nottingham Trent have given me a offer (Minimum of 240 UCAS points needed). I'm over the moon

      When I checked my email, it said that my track had changed. I was terrified to open my choices page incase I had been rejected

      How did you feel knowing that you've got one offer?

      I'm so happy
      Congratulations! And, at the risk of sounding repetitive, I was over the moon!
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      yayayayaya congrats
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      Wooo! And I just got an offer for BSc Baking Technology Management at London South Bank University.

      LOL. Seriously, an offer from Nottingham Trent is not thread-worthy. Congrats and all that, but lets be honest here, it's not a great university.
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      (Original post by HEDM22)
      Wooo! And I just got an offer for BSc Baking Technology Management at London South Bank University.

      LOL. Seriously, an offer from Nottingham Trent is not thread-worthy. Congrats and all that, but lets be honest here, it's not a great university.
      It is subjective , A good uni for you is not a good uni for others.
      For example in your case London southbank seriously ,never even heard of it :/
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      (Original post by haloturk)
      It is subjective , A good uni for you is not a good uni for others.
      For example in your case London southbank seriously ,never even heard of it :/
      I haven't even applied to London South Bank university. Maybe you should though. You can take a module in Sarcasm Studies so you can learn how some people, like myself, use it to make a point.

      Bless you. :rolleyes:
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      (Original post by HEDM22)
      I haven't even applied to London South Bank university. Maybe you should though. You can take a module in Sarcasm Studies so you can learn how some people, like myself, use it to make a point.

      Bless you. :rolleyes:
      Ahh my bad , To be honest no way i could assume you where using sarcasm though...:cool:
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      (Original post by pinda.college)
      Just logged into track and saw that Nottingham Trent have given me a offer (Minimum of 240 UCAS points needed). I'm over the moon

      When I checked my email, it said that my track had changed. I was terrified to open my choices page incase I had been rejected

      How did you feel knowing that you've got one offer?

      I'm so happy
      Well done. But...

      Look forward to debt, no gauruntee of a job at the end of uni, and no gauruntee of actually getting a 1st. Good luck tho
     
     
     
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