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    another question about reapplication; as we won't be going to sixth form while reapplying I assume we will be submitting the entire UCAS application ourselves, so what extra information do we have to submit that our teachers did for us last year?
    I know it included a reference from subject teachers and head of year, do I need to submit like my attendance during AS/A2 and idk I can't really think of anything else but any ideas on this?
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    (Original post by blissfully)
    another question about reapplication; as we won't be going to sixth form while reapplying I assume we will be submitting the entire UCAS application ourselves, so what extra information do we have to submit that our teachers did for us last year?
    I know it included a reference from subject teachers and head of year, do I need to submit like my attendance during AS/A2 and idk I can't really think of anything else but any ideas on this?
    You can apply to UCAS through your Sixth form/college. I asked my head of sixth form if I could apply with the school, she said it was fine and gave me the buzzword.
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    (Original post by blissfully)
    another question about reapplication; as we won't be going to sixth form while reapplying I assume we will be submitting the entire UCAS application ourselves, so what extra information do we have to submit that our teachers did for us last year?
    I know it included a reference from subject teachers and head of year, do I need to submit like my attendance during AS/A2 and idk I can't really think of anything else but any ideas on this?
    Speak to your sixth form, my school did it exactly the same as they did the first time you just need to know their buzz word to .link your application. My referenc was literally the same but they changed the tense so it made sense and changed predicred grades to achieved
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    (Original post by minhle20)
    You can apply to UCAS through your Sixth form/college. I asked my head of sixth form if I could apply with the school, she said it was fine and gave me the buzzword.

    awesome thanks for the replies!
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    Is it just me or are fellow re-applicants worried being rusty and getting back into the swing of studying? haha
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    (Original post by Kekio_)
    Is it just me or are fellow re-applicants worried being rusty and getting back into the swing of studying? haha
    Not just u lol


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    Is it just me or are fellow re-applicants worried being rusty and getting back into the swing of studying? haha
    No it's not just you, I feel so dumb compared to back in 6th form. If you asked me to do integration by parts now honestly if my life depended on it, I'd struggle Nevertheless...anything lost can be found again
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    (Original post by Kekio_)
    Is it just me or are fellow re-applicants worried being rusty and getting back into the swing of studying? haha
    Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one! But we'll get into the routine again
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    (Original post by minhle20)
    Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one! But we'll get into the routine again
    I am the same my handwriting has gone a bit mad aswell it used to be so neat

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    (Original post by PG593)
    No it's not just you, I feel so dumb compared to back in 6th form. If you asked me to do integration by parts now honestly if my life depended on it, I'd struggle Nevertheless...anything lost can be found again
    I am the exact same! I keep comparing how I was in sixth form to now and it's terrifying especially when we will be starting the course with sixth formers and more terrifying..science graduates :'( but we wouldn't of got an offer if they didn't think we could handle it, we got this!
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    (Original post by Kekio_)
    I am the exact same! I keep comparing how I was in sixth form to now and it's terrifying especially when we will be starting the course with sixth formers and more terrifying..science graduates :'( but we wouldn't of got an offer if they didn't think we could handle it, we got this!:D
    This is true. Try not to worry. They start you off quite slowly from what I've seen and you'll soon get back into the swing of things. Just enjoy the last few months before you start. Don't stress over doing prep work. Its not worth it.
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    just like you can withdraw your offer from your 5th choice on results day, you can apply for accomodation but it will get cancelled right?
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    (Original post by blissfully)
    just like you can withdraw your offer from your 5th choice on results day, you can apply for accomodation but it will get cancelled right?
    I think you would have to make the uni aware though and you might loose your deposit? But im sure its really easy
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    (Original post by hl7495)
    I think you would have to make the uni aware though and you might loose your deposit? But im sure its really easy

    yeah i know you should call up on results day saying to the university that you've had a change of heart or for whatever reason but I was just wondering if it's the same with accommodation and student finance.

    I didn't actually know there was a deposit to be payed for accommodation, oops!
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    Most unis don't make you pay the deposit until after results as you (I assume) have conditional offer. But from experience it is so easy to withdraw from your 5th choice and student finance 😊.


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    (Original post by 06dwilliams)
    Most unis don't make you pay the deposit until after results as you (I assume) have conditional offer. But from experience it is so easy to withdraw from your 5th choice and student finance ������.


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    thanks awesome, easy to withdraw from 5th choice = easy to withdraw from accommodation i assume
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    (Original post by blissfully)
    yeah i know you should call up on results day saying to the university that you've had a change of heart or for whatever reason but I was just wondering if it's the same with accommodation and student finance.

    I didn't actually know there was a deposit to be payed for accommodation, oops!
    It depends there might not be for you i know there isnt for mine because you only get allocated when you have your results its just something to check

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    I had a crazy morning at work today, the surgeon, the scrub nurse, the coordinator and the receptionist were all asking me to do things at the same time and I was the only one circulating as the patient was going on the table, I was running around like a headless chicken! I had to plug the patient into all the different machines and sort out all the paperwork all the while running back and forwards to the constantly ringing phone to make and take calls to just about every department in the hospital. Felt like it was a little taste of what it would be like to be a junior doctor. This job has been the best possible experience before med school! If any of you in this thread are just about to begin a gap year you must jump on theatre jobs if you see any advertised! Only 3 more shifts left now until I leave and jet off to spend my summer in America! Exciting times





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    (Original post by SusieShire)
    I had a crazy morning at work today, the surgeon, the scrub nurse, the coordinator and the receptionist were all asking me to do things at the same time and I was the only one circulating as the patient was going on the table, I was running around like a headless chicken! I had to plug the patient into all the different machines and sort out all the paperwork all the while running back and forwards to the constantly ringing phone to make and take calls to just about every department in the hospital. Felt like it was a little taste of what it would be like to be a junior doctor. This job has been the best possible experience before med school! If any of you in this thread are just about to begin a gap year you must jump on theatre jobs if you see any advertised! Only 3 more shifts left now until I leave and jet off to spend my summer in America! Exciting times





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    awesome! could you be more specific on theatre job, or is that the actual job title? and how long did you do it for?
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    (Original post by blissfully)
    awesome! could you be more specific on theatre job, or is that the actual job title? and how long did you do it for?
    My job title is Theatre Support Worker but some trusts call it slightly different names. I work in orthopaedics and recovery, also been in general surgery a couple of times. I've worked for 6 months.


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