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Hey ppl,

I applied in 2003 for entry into Law at a buncha unis, I was successful at King's and SOAS, but not successful at LSE, UCL and Oxford (d'uh). So I couldn't go back in 2003 because of financial difficulties, so I reapplied this year more comfortably.

On my application online, there was a space to type in my old UCAS number, where I'm guessing it would've shown taht I was accepted a couple years ago. Do unis take into account that I've been accepted before? what's the point of that option at all? THANKS!

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