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eve_22
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Yeah I agree- I applied for law on oct 14th ish, gave the lnat on the 26th of oct and haven't heard anything apart from an ackowledgement email.

They are waiting for all the LNAT results - which incidently come out on Jan 31st : they are emailed to you, so we're probs going to have to wait till between jan to march april time.. Good Luck!!

I haven't even received an acknowledgment, lol
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hello! i have applied for biomedical sciences at king's and i really don't know what to expect. i recieved a letter (quite posh actually) saying that basically they're going through my app. i got a predictive AAB (well the equivalent seeing as i'm from france and we are graded out of 20 so it's 14/20 for biology/geology, 12/20 for maths and 13/20 for chemistry/physics. + not to mention that i have got predictive A's in history geography, philosophy, englsih, french, german. and a B in P.E. lol :yep: ) otherwise i have applied to newcastle, king's (duh), queen mary, aston uni birmingham & manchester (got an interview from manchester actually) anywayz if there are any frenchies who got through just let me know! and biomed applicants what predictive grades did you get??? xoxoxo ps this website is really helpful! pps king's really is annoying by leaving us hanging on a string lol
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What course are you applying for there?
biomedical science
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yeeeeep.

applied 8th of november. and not a peep from KCL. haha.. my last school left to reply after being rejected by lse tonight.

ah well. patience patience patience patience.
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I agree with this thread!!!

I applied to kings on the 13th october abd sat the Lnat not much later!!

NOTHING

im soo nervous i soo want kings!!
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I'm glad I'm not the only one they've left hanging on a string.. oh well.. good luck everyone
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still havn't heard anything yet....but no news is good news right?
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still havn't heard anything yet....but no news is good news right?
absalutely, but in my case, it will mean that there will be a greater sting when they finally do decline me.
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yeeeeep.

applied 8th of november. and not a peep from KCL. haha.. my last school left to reply after being rejected by lse tonight.

ah well. patience patience patience patience.

As I submitted my application 3 months ago and have not heard anything, I have sent them an email, asking whether they have received my application and LNAT results (I sat it on 21st october). This is what I received from them:

Thank you for your email.

I can confirm that your application has been safely received and is now
being carefully considered by our Admissions Tutor.

As I'm sure you are aware, a large number of applications are received
to study law here at King's. Although we recognise that this is an
anxious time, all applications are carefully considered and therefore
you should not necessarily expect a response until the main UCAS
admissions cycle ends in early May. As we assess applications
throughout the cycle, some applicants will hear from us quite early in
the process, while others will be contacted later. If you do not hear
from us for some time it does not automatically mean that your
application has been unsuccessful. In due course, every application
will be responded to in writing via UCAS.

So nothing specific, but hey-there is still hope I guess
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As I submitted my application 3 months ago and have not heard anything, I have sent them an email, asking whether they have received my application and LNAT results (I sat it on 21st october). This is what I received from them:

Thank you for your email.

I can confirm that your application has been safely received and is now
being carefully considered by our Admissions Tutor.

As I'm sure you are aware, a large number of applications are received
to study law here at King's. Although we recognise that this is an
anxious time, all applications are carefully considered and therefore
you should not necessarily expect a response until the main UCAS
admissions cycle ends in early May. As we assess applications
throughout the cycle, some applicants will hear from us quite early in
the process, while others will be contacted later. If you do not hear
from us for some time it does not automatically mean that your
application has been unsuccessful. In due course, every application
will be responded to in writing via UCAS.

So nothing specific, but hey-there is still hope I guess
hahah thanks, i never emailed them, cause thought i might come across as badgering them. hahah :p:


and ANXIOUS is the understatement of the year!
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hahah thanks, i never emailed them, cause thought i might come across as badgering them. hahah :p:


and ANXIOUS is the understatement of the year!
It may well be
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yeah, kcl is so slow. They were the 1st one giving me an acknowledgement and havent given me any offer/rejection
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