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    (Original post by KitKat123)
    Just checked twitter and someone has already asked - we'll see if we get an answer
    Nice one, we'll probably get some sort of response by tomorrow ...if I haven't been rejected by then
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    (Original post by ippington)
    I know people who have been rejected so stay positive!
    Thanks There seems to have been many rejected :/

    Do you know of anyone who was rejected yesterday?
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    Thanks There seems to have been many rejected :/

    Do you know of anyone who was rejected yesterday?
    Unfortunately not
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    Nice one, we'll probably get some sort of response by tomorrow ...if I haven't been rejected by then
    They say about 60% have been processed - damn i thought it was more
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    (Original post by KitKat123)
    They say about 60% have been processed - damn i thought it was more
    OK so all but 1000 people have been rejected so far is what i'm taking from that?

    Not too bad, I was hoping it was about 800 left but 1000 will do!
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    OK so all but 1000 people have been rejected so far is what i'm taking from that?

    Not too bad, I was hoping it was about 800 left but 1000 will do!
    How many applied? I thought it was 2800 but i have no idea where i got that from!
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    (Original post by KitKat123)
    How many applied? I thought it was 2800 but i have no idea where i got that from!
    Something like 2700-2800 I think! So actually its 1100 that havent been processed to UCAS yet ...I'm gonna stick with 1000 as it sounds nicer

    So a 30% chance here on out...
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    (Original post by KitKat123)
    I'd be surprised if they told us - bet it'll be a 'we aren't 100% sure on numbers' type of response
    If I ask again later on I should know roughly what percent of the remaining candidates have been rejected.
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    (Original post by micoshea)
    If I ask again later on I should know roughly what percent of the remaining candidates have been rejected.
    I think someone earlier in this thread said that graduates aren't rejected until March. Is that all grads or just those who were interviewed? If it's all, that could account for quite a few. Anyone know?
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    (Original post by Medical student7)
    I think someone earlier in this thread said that graduates aren't rejected until March. Is that all grads or just those who were interviewed? If it's all, that could account for quite a few. Anyone know?
    The graduates that weren't interviewed were rejected in December.


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    (Original post by Medical student7)
    I think someone earlier in this thread said that graduates aren't rejected until March. Is that all grads or just those who were interviewed? If it's all, that could account for quite a few. Anyone know?
    and 48 were invited to interview.
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    (Original post by eissem)
    I lost the link to the selectors handbook again *flails* pls repost??

    I had been avoiding counting my points, because grads only hear in March, be it an offer or a rejection, we don't have to go through thus awful process of feeling it may be a rejection every day, we know when the guillotine will fall. Now I kind of feel with a week left that I cant relax, I NEED TO COUNT
    haha you finally succumbed! I'm impressed you lasted as long as you did :P
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    My friend just received rejection last week. He asked for feedbacks from Edinburgh why did he get rejected which they stated was due to his academic record. Edinburgh also stated he was among the top 150 applicants. (I need to confirm with him again for the ranking tho)
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    (Original post by Alwalid189)
    My friend just received rejection last week. He asked for feedbacks from Edinburgh why did he get rejected which they stated was due to his academic record. Edinburgh also stated he was among the top 150 applicants. (I need to confirm with him again for the ranking tho)
    o.O if he was top 150 undergraduate he'd get an offer!?

    Was he an international or a postgrad?
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    o.O if he was top 150 undergraduate he'd get an offer!?

    Was he an international or a postgrad?
    Probably an international, as they have a different ranking - top 20 (or whatever it is) get offers. Postgrads compete with the rest of us
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    (Original post by jemc7)
    haha you finally succumbed! I'm impressed you lasted as long as you did :P

    Haha yes, and I was so PROUD of myself but alas! It didnt help much though. Especially since I can only guess my academics with accuracy, and they're good but not top (didnt get a 1st). I dislike that I dont get an extra point for an MSc though! Come on now! BA+MSc = BA 1st no??
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    does anyone know how many rejections have already been sent out and how many rejections left to go???
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    (Original post by cheekypig)
    does anyone know how many rejections have already been sent out and how many rejections left to go???
    Edinburgh said today around 60% of applications have been "processed to UCAS"...and considering there have been no offers as of yet, its safe to assume that means 60% of the original 2700 ish applicants have been rejected.

    There are 300 ish offers given out, and roughly 1000-1100 people left in the game, so a fair few rejections are still to come! Probably even some in the next few hours...yaaaay
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    o.O if he was top 150 undergraduate he'd get an offer!?

    Was he an international or a postgrad?
    international. I should highlight bout that.
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    (Original post by Dr. Django)
    Edinburgh said today around 60% of applications have been "processed to UCAS"...and considering there have been no offers as of yet, its safe to assume that means 60% of the original 2700 ish applicants have been rejected.

    There are 300 ish offers given out, and roughly 1000-1100 people left in the game, so a fair few rejections are still to come! Probably even some in the next few hours...yaaaay
    any offers yet or only rejections?
 
 
 
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