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    I have a question, Bradford clinical science course was in clearing in the morning, but I just checked their site and it says the vacancy is now closed, do you think it is still worth wringing, and asking them as on ucas clearing it says all applicants will be interviewed so do you think they have actually verbally given out any offers yet. I am scared they will be angry considering the vacancy is closed

    Also over the next few days if any students drop out or what ever reason, is there still a chance they will put it back up in clearing? or in general do vacancies sometimes be taken down and out back up alot?
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    Ringing never does any harm! You never know. Good luck.
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    (Original post by FatFerreroRocher)
    I have a question, Bradford clinical science course was in clearing in the morning, but I just checked their site and it says the vacancy is now closed, do you think it is still worth wringing, and asking them as on ucas clearing it says all applicants will be interviewed so do you think they have actually verbally given out any offers yet.

    Also over the next few days if any students drop out or what ever reason, is there still a chance they will put it back up in clearing? or in general do vacancies sometimes be taken down and out back up alot?
    There's no harm ringing them up to enquire. They can't confirm their Clearing offers until people start entering them on Track this evening, so they may find tomorrow that they have some places available again.
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    Thank you for the advice, I will probably ring them in the morning.

    Also does anyone know how common it is for universities to put vacancies back up after taking them down?
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    (Original post by FatFerreroRocher)
    Thank you for the advice, I will probably ring them in the morning.

    Also does anyone know how common it is for universities to put vacancies back up after taking them down?
    Depends on the uni and the course. Did you manage to speak to them this morning?
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    Depends on the uni and the course. Did you manage to speak to them this morning?
    Yes but the course was completely full unfortunately, but they did offer me a place on biomedicine, but I don't know what to do, ultimately I want to do graduate entry medicine, and I'm stuck between choosing healthcare science audiology or biomed, do you know which one would be better for medicine?
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    (Original post by FatFerreroRocher)
    Yes but the course was completely full unfortunately, but they did offer me a place on biomedicine, but I don't know what to do, ultimately I want to do graduate entry medicine, and I'm stuck between choosing healthcare science audiology or biomed, do you know which one would be better for medicine?
    Biomed would be acceptable at more unis for GEM than audiology, and generally I'd discourage anyone from doing a professional degree such as audio, nursing, physio etc if they don't actually want to be that specific healthcare professional.
 
 
 
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