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    Do uni’s tell people who have offers all on the same day?
    Just I applied for a course and I’ve been waiting a week now. I know four people who also applied and had interviews and three of them got offers all on Monday.
    I’m assuming they would make offers a priority and then rejections will be notified later.
    I’ve assumed I’ve had a rejection, anyone agree or disagree with this?
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    Nobody knows, they seem to do it in batches, but certainly don't make ALL the offers in one day. Your not rejected until it says on UCAS you are, loads of people got offers for my course months before i got mine.
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    (Original post by jennafifi)
    Do uni’s tell people who have offers all on the same day?
    Just I applied for a course and I’ve been waiting a week now. I know four people who also applied and had interviews and three of them got offers all on Monday.
    I’m assuming they would make offers a priority and then rejections will be notified later.
    I’ve assumed I’ve had a rejection, anyone agree or disagree with this?
    Disagree. They don't give out all offers, then give out all rejections. They might give out some rejections on one day, a few offers in a few days time, and so on.
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    They seem to do them in batches
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    (Original post by jennafifi)
    Do uni’s tell people who have offers all on the same day?
    Just I applied for a course and I’ve been waiting a week now. I know four people who also applied and had interviews and three of them got offers all on Monday.
    I’m assuming they would make offers a priority and then rejections will be notified later.
    I’ve assumed I’ve had a rejection, anyone agree or disagree with this?
    No not necessarily. Mine was in batches and it is very rare (in what I've heard anyway), that people gets ALL offers on the very same day. It depends on the universities and they DO respond at different times. I mean it took about 1 month until I got all 5 replies, so just be patient, its not just your application they will be looking at.
 
 
 
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