ok so in October I wasn't 100% sure if I would be right fo medicine and I hadn't been able to do alot of work experience and stuff so I decided not to apply for it and instead have appled for 5 biomed courses incase I decided that it wasn't for me.
Now that I have done more WE and been able to really understand what medicine is really about I have decided that it is definately what I want to do so I am planning on taking a gap year and applying next year.
My problem is that if I get offers this year and then rejected them, would my insurance biomed choice next year recognise that I had already applied and rejected the year before or would they be unable to tell?
would the uni's know? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-12-2010 18:53
- 08-12-2010 19:25
It wouldn't matter. They have to treat your application exactly the same regardless.
- 08-12-2010 19:26
If it's the same uni, they may still have your application on file, but it's unlikely to affect their decision.
Another uni... I think they do know you've applied through UCAS before, but people decide against going to uni for a multitude of reasons, so again unlikely to make a difference.