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    So I'm being all paranoid, I just sent my application online in yesterday (13th) and I was wondering if it goes instantly to UCAS?

    It's says they have to receive all applications (for the choices I made) by the 15th...it got there right?

    It's not sitting in someone's e-mail box or anything? lol


    Just want to make sure I made that deadline.... :woo:


    thanks
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    Your UCAS have to check by your school and then the reference must be sent before the University actually receive your application.
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    Well I'm a mature student and the application is slightly different, I did everything online, so that means it all gets sent at once, no teachers involved.

    I just paste in my reference and my reference contact info like you younger guys do with the personal statement.

    I'm just hoping it all gets sent "electronically" fast.
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    The UCAs deadline was extended to the 22nd due to bad weather.
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    sweet, that can hopefully only be a good thing ^_^
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    The application counts as being sent from the time you have clicked "pay and send". So in your case, then you have met the January 15 deadline. But as stated earlier, the deadline has been extended this year anyway.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    The application counts as being sent from the time you have clicked "pay and send". So in your case, then you have met the January 15 deadline. But as stated earlier, the deadline has been extended this year anyway.
    Really?? I thought it was when the college or 6th form you were applying from had sent it to UCAS after putting in the reference.
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    (Original post by BuryMeInBlack)
    Really?? I thought it was when the college or 6th form you were applying from had sent it to UCAS after putting in the reference.
    Read the thread.

    The OP is applying as an individual.
 
 
 
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