I applied for a 1994-Group University, and had an interview scheduled. I didn't know about the interview until the day of the interview, as the email they sent me went in to my junk mail.
The university were fine about it, and rescheduled an interview, but it was a telephone interview. I was at work on that particular day, and had planned on taking my hour and a half lunch just before the scheduled time. However, things didn't go according to plan and my manager at work would not let me take my break at that time.
I thought I'd ruined all chances of going to this university, until they emailed be a couple of days later to say that if I wanted to pursue my application I needed to reply by March 8th - which I did. They then said to me that they are "keen to assist me in my ambition to study Law".
What does that mean? I know it's a positive thing, but I'm worried I'm over thinking it, and thinking that they really want me. (I had a strong PS, meet the entry requirements and already have work experience etc in Law).
I'm just wondering what others think?
What do you think about this response. watch
- Thread Starter
- 09-03-2013 12:50
- PS Reviewer
- 09-03-2013 16:34
Some unis just interview to see if they will give you a lower offer, rather than an offer at all.
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