I suggest that you reapply at the same time as starting your course - if Oxbridge want you then you can decide whether or not to leave. Yes, it could be seen as a waste of time/underhand (I personally don't think it is though, its within your rights) and the fees will go up, debt is inevitable, you MIGHT lose funding for your last year etc etc, but, if like me, you want a shot at Oxford/Cambridge for course reasons rather than just vanity without jeopardising your place for 2011...
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Withdrawing from UCAS and applying to Oxbridge watch
- 09-04-2011 16:58
- 18-04-2011 22:22
Note that if you withdraw and reapply to Bristol, they will know you have done so just to have a shot at Oxbridge. Early applicant= Medicine, Dentistry or Oxbridge. They may simply reject you on that basis. If you are sure you want to go to Oxbridge tho, go for it, don't have any regrets. Spend the Gap year abroad or furthering your application somehow.
PS Bristol is not that far below Oxbridge and a really good university. Oxbridge rejects are two a penny, I should know I am one :P
LOL neg me for trying to be helpful and give advice then why don't you :PLast edited by stevenjohnh; 19-04-2011 at 15:54. Reason: neg rep :P