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    As i have withdrawn my application from Uni of Manchester by accident, i said to myself "i'll deal with it another day" and i haven't done anything to solve it since then. I really want to reinstate it as i really want to study at this university. I really do hope and wish that it is possible :'( :'(
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    Could someone please give me advice and help me out please? :'(
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    How long ago did you withdraw it?
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    (Original post by Nehemia)
    How long ago did you withdraw it?
    12th of March... :'(
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    Try calling them, but you can hardly be surprised if they say no. They will have allocated your place to someone else a long time ago.
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    (Original post by carnationlilyrose)
    Try calling them, but you can hardly be surprised if they say no. They will have allocated your place to someone else a long time ago.
    So it's likely to be impossible :'(
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    (Original post by LouisWilburn96)
    So it's likely to be impossible :'(
    I'd say very unlikely, but if by some chance the course is in clearing, they might prefer someone who has already shown interest in them to someone else.
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    Oh right ok, I was thinking that they would offer me a place because it is more likely that all unis want more and more students in order to have good reputation, high rating etc


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    (Original post by LouisWilburn96)
    Oh right ok, I was thinking that they would offer me a place because it is more likely that all unis want more and more students in order to have good reputation, high rating etc


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    University reputation does not depend on the number of students they have.
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    Really? It's your own fault, that place is loooooong gone. If something like this happens, you phone on the same day, not a couple months later...
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    I know... It was really stupid of me!!! Feel so bad and wrong about it as I really really want to go this year and I always wanted to go and study at that uni :'(


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    (Original post by LouisWilburn96)
    I know... It was really stupid of me!!! Feel so bad and wrong about it as I really really want to go this year and I always wanted to go and study at that uni :'(


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    You could still if there's a place at clearing.
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    How long would that take... I mean for an answer?


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    Hmmm so did you not think at least when you chose your firm and insurance that you really should have called them? Or the day/ day after you withdrew? They could think that because you've left it so long that you weren't really that determined to go there anyway.

    Ring them and I wish you luck. The place has probably gone though..

    I hope it works out ok
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    Thanks so much. I'm praying to god to get through so much!!! And if I don't get anywhere with this... I'll be going to MMU which they say it's crap! Is it?


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    Not to sound rude, you've had four months to solve this. Why did you wait so long?
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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    Not to sound rude, you've had four months to solve this. Why did you wait so long?
    This.

    Also, how did you 'accidentally' withdraw?
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    (Original post by Technetium)
    This.

    Also, how did you 'accidentally' withdraw?
    I was definitely thinking it...
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    (Original post by Coffeetime)
    I was definitely thinking it...
    The withdrawal from a UCAS offer requires a lot of clicking and confirmation of things. I believe that the OP clearly knew what he was doing and now regrets his decision.
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    (Original post by Technetium)
    The withdrawal from a UCAS offer requires a lot of clicking and confirmation of things. I believe that the OP clearly knew what he was doing and now regrets his decision.
    The only thing I can think is they thought they were withdrawing their offer to MMU. But that doesn't explain the time lapse.
 
 
 
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