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    Hi!

    I just received my results for some January re-sits I did and they are a major improvement on my results from last summer. Is it worth messaging the universities I applied to letting them know about this change? Will it affect my application in any way?

    Thanks in advance
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    I'm considering doing this too! Who should we email? the admissions office?
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    (Original post by 0utdoorz)
    I'm considering doing this too! Who should we email? the admissions office?
    Well King's has an application gateway with a messaging service that you can use to send a message directly to them. The message is sent to an Admission's officer so I am guessing that sending an e-mail to the admission's office would be the best thing to do
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    Bit late, but I was wondering if this would be worthwhile doing as well? Anyone done it before?
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    I did it.
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    (Original post by 0utdoorz)
    I did it.
    me too! They got back to me and said that they had updated their records to note the change, who knows, maybe something will come out of it?
 
 
 
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