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    Hi,

    I am in a dilemma, I sent my UCAS form off already but now I want to study Law. I would like to pursue a career in law. Two of my unis are Strathclyde and Glasgow. I contact UCAS and they said I could either withdraw my application or substitute my choices. I chose the latter and emailed my choices with an amended statement what with it being the holidays now. The reference that my teacher wrote will still be the one that my potential universities see.

    Has anyone else been in a similar situation, if so what did youu do? Or does anyone have any advice?

    Your thoughts would be much appreciated!

    Thank you

    P.S. I originally applied for Psychology and English.

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    BUMP! x
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    phone up UCAS?
    With it being the holidays now though, your teacher might not write you a new reference.

    Hope for the best?!

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    Thank you Luella, I have spoken to UCAS and I've just decided to opt for two choices at Glasgow and two at Strathclyde. I have spent far too much time thinking about this. I am just going to drive myself insane. What will be will be! x
 
 
 
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