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I've got 2 offers for AAA. Does it matter which I firm/insure? For instance if I get AAA in August can I choose my Insurance over my Firm if I feel like it? Because I'm not really sure which one I'd like to Firm and which Insure... Very 50-50
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No, if you meet the conditions of your firm you will automatically withdraw from your insurance and your place at your firm will be confirmed
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I've got 2 offers for AAA. Does it matter which I firm/insure? For instance if I get AAA in August can I choose my Insurance over my Firm if I feel like it? Because I'm not really sure which one I'd like to Firm and which Insure... Very 50-50
If you are accepted into your firm then your insurance choice disappears.
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I've got 2 offers for AAA. Does it matter which I firm/insure? For instance if I get AAA in August can I choose my Insurance over my Firm if I feel like it? Because I'm not really sure which one I'd like to Firm and which Insure... Very 50-50
Well going by your other threads, if one is an offer for medicine and the other is an offer for biomedical science, I'd suggest firming the medicine offer.
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Well going by your other threads, if one is an offer for medicine and the other is an offer for biomedical science, I'd suggest firming the medicine offer.
Yeah it'd've been easier if one was for Medicine but I was given an offer for a Medicine-related course after interview so it's the same thing really, both only Med-related... atm only weighing my options though
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Yeah it'd've been easier if one was for Medicine but I was given an offer for a Medicine-related course after interview so it's the same thing really, both only Med-related... atm only weighing my options though
Shame. As you're only doing A levels this year, I'd suggest you take a year out and reapply once you've got your grades. Then spend the gap year getting more work experience under your belt to improve your application. Did you get any feedback re your rejections?
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Shame. As you're only doing A levels this year, I'd suggest you take a year out and reapply once you've got your grades. Then spend the gap year getting more work experience under your belt to improve your application. Did you get any feedback re your rejections?
It is, rather. And yeah I requested feedback from all of them and one keeps putting it off - I don't think I'm getting anything from them so I've given up on them, one gave me a very generic line about competition etc. and nothing more and I'm still waiting for the last one - just had the rejection last week. I did have quite a bit of work experience so I don't think that was the problem, I guess I botched up the interviews pretty darn badly to get 3 post-interview rejections. Maybe I will take a gap year in the end but not before I try and get in after results day... Might get lucky, one never knows, lol
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It is, rather. And yeah I requested feedback from all of them and one keeps putting it off - I don't think I'm getting anything from them so I've given up on them, one gave me a very generic line about competition etc. and nothing more and I'm still waiting for the last one - just had the rejection last week. I did have quite a bit of work experience so I don't think that was the problem, I guess I botched up the interviews pretty darn badly to get 3 post-interview rejections. Maybe I will take a gap year in the end but not before I try and get in after results day... Might get lucky, one never knows, lol
Yes, sounds like lots more interview practice is needed! But good work experience will also give you the topics to talk about that you need in order to interview well.
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