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    I sent my application on the 14th, just before the deadline. UCAS have still not sent me anything by post. When I log in to apply I see an application number, but no password for track. Basically I have no idea what’s going on. Should I be getting worried? Everyone on here seems to be well into the process, receiving offers and rejections. I do live in Norway mind, think that makes a difference?

    I'm new to these forums, but the newest post I could find of this sort was over a week old. Please, someone tell me not to worry and that they’re in the same situation…..
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    I find the mail can be quite slow between the UK and Europe, most of my UCAS mail gets here very late (more than a week after).

    Your password for UCAS should be the same as the login previously used, but the application number will come with your letter. It has 9 numbers.

    It also took forever for UCAS to send me my letter, and a university had already told me they were looking into my application.



    I live in France, by the way.
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    (Original post by hunginabadplace)
    I sent my application on the 14th, just before the deadline. UCAS have still not sent me anything by post. When I log in to apply I see an application number, but no password for track. Basically I have no idea what’s going on. Should I be getting worried? Everyone on here seems to be well into the process, receiving offers and rejections. I do live in Norway mind, think that makes a difference?

    I'm new to these forums, but the newest post I could find of this sort was over a week old. Please, someone tell me not to worry and that they’re in the same situation…..
    if u did it all b4 the deadline you should be fine.
    just so you know: the UCASTRACK password is the same on as the UCAS apply, and the letter takes ages to get to you, so i guess its better if i tell you now. It might b online already, so just type in your app number, your UCAS-apply username and the UCAS-apply password and thats it.

    dont worry, its normal to stress over university applications
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    Cheers.

    Have now been able to log in to track with my old password. Status is set as 'sent'. So do I not really need any documentation from UCAS anymore now? The universities will contact me directly with offers/rejections anyway, right?
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    yea, sent means they received it, so b happy ur application is being considered and youre set. now just b patient and check every 2-3 days or so on UCASTRACK to check for offers (they might b put online before the letter gets to you - thats what happened to me, but they might send letters first, so u check anyway and ur ok either way)
    good luck hope it all works out in the best way possible
 
 
 

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