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    (Original post by AlexB1001)
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    I was in the same position as you last year but with Cambridge. I turned down all my offers from Imperial, UCL etc and got a job through the year in industry thing - http://www.yini.org.uk/. A year later I have an offer from Cambridge, a job at a company which is effectively sponsoring me through university and guaranteed summer work for 3 years. Conclusion: Do it, but be prepared to not get in again.
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    (Original post by Retrodiction)
    I was making that claim alongside supporting the suggestion of going to Imperial and reapplying to Oxford from there. Nothing can be lost. I wasn't being completely useless and heartless, haha.
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    Sorry in advance to go off topic. Just another fool hypnotized in Oxford's allure. Also would like to do Biological sciences there, Or somewhere else, i have a genuine love of biology and science in general, but it goes without saying Oxford would be first choice. Can anybody give me any advice, of things i might be able to do to make a stronger application? would be much appreciated.
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    (Original post by Retrodiction)
    It's a UCAS application independent of RH. Not sure where your reference would come from... perhaps you could use your reference from sixth-form?
    Have you put in your PS or done anything to alert the other Unis that you are still at RH?
    And where did you get your reference from?
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    (Original post by CJB28x)
    Is this possible?
    I am also considering reapplying to Oxford after I completely fluffed my interview as I feel I am capable of much more than the interviewers got to see.
    If I did for example take up an offer at York, would I be able to reapply on UCAS without telling York? or would I have to do it through the university that I am studying at?
    The only thing that is required for UCAS application is Reference. That can be arranged from any of your tutor in A Level. The University you will be studying at is not at all involved thus no need to inform them.

    Cheers!
 
 
 
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