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    Hi guys,

    Today I got am e-mail through from UEA saying "Further Supporting Information Request" - Basically they wanted me to more 'accurately' revise my personal statement and talk about my future goals and ambitions etc.

    Am I at a disadvantage? I've sent it to the email now, but I feel like i've done something wrong!

    Is this a common thing?

    Thanks
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    It can't be all bad, in fact I think it looks pretty good. Instead of rejecting you they're trying to help you impress them
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    It is important to consider that Universities will look at a variety of factors when considering which prospective students to offer places to. It is clear that they already see some potential in you - if they did noty, then they would have rejected you. The email was problem not intended to suggest that your personal statement was poor in itself - rather they wish for you to focus on the areas that they have identified. At least you are still in with a chance of being offered a place and I wish you the best of luck.
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    Yeah I got a place . Thanks!
 
 
 
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