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    Hi,

    My application was submitted on Wednesday December 7th, but it still hasn't been processed yet, despite UCAS stating that it normally gets processed within 24 hours.

    Should I call UCAS and see what's happening? Any ideas as to what I should do?

    This is the message on my UCAS Apply:

    12:27 07 Dec 2005 Your application has been sent to UCAS and will be processed shortly
    (normally within 24 hours). After it has been processed you will be able to see your
    application number and password for ucastrack (the UCAS Applicant Enquiry Service).
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    aaaarghhh

    This thread exists in about 100 varieties!

    You'll get a letter soon...

    I applied October 11th and it still says "Processed"!!
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    You're joking?! Have you called up UCAS? What did they say? It's been 2 months though.

    Edit: Just seen your sig. So it says you app. is being processed despite you having received decisions from the universities?
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    The Apply bit doesn't update after it's been submitted to UCAS. You'll get your welcome letter soon (early this week) with your track details.
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    My application was submitted on Wednesday December 7th, but it still hasn't been processed yet, despite UCAS stating that it normally gets processed within 24 hours.
    Your application will have been processed on the day UCAS got it. When you get your letter and log into track you'll see what I mean.
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    Also, don't be so impatient, technically you've only waited 2 days as you don't really count saturdays and sundays (not being business days) also it could just be the postal service being late and that usually takes a couple of days in itself.
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    Thank you everyone for your replies. You've put my mind at rest.

    One more question; does this mean the universities have received my application?
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    If it has been processed and your welcome letter is waiting for/ is in the post, then yes, universities usually always get it ahead of us
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    (Original post by Flightless)
    If it has been processed and your welcome letter is waiting for/ is in the post, then yes, universities usually always get it ahead of us
    exept if it is Durham.

    They recieved my stuff 3 weeks after I recieved my UCAS letter
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    I didn't apply to Durham, thank god for that.
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    I applied on the 6th and got my letter today!
 
 
 
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