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am i doomed? (serious)
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am i doomed? (serious)
Yes. Because everybody who doesn't go to university is ****ed.
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No, but do it as soon as possible. My personal statement had about 30 attempts before it was even acceptable. That takes absoluely forever and is incredibly important. The longer you take to start, the longer it will be before you're ready and the more stressed you will be.
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CONTACT UCAS!

Call Uni's for clearing once you get your results

Best of luck
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No, but do it as soon as possible. My personal statement had about 30 attempts before it was even acceptable. That takes absoluely forever and is incredibly important. The longer you take to start, the longer it will be before you're ready and the more stressed you will be.
when does the statement have to be finished?
is it in september it must be completed?
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when does the statement have to be finished?
is it in september it must be completed?
If you're applying for Oxford/Cambridge/Medicine/VetScience/dentistry then it needs to be October 15th and for any other courses or unis it's 15th January latest.
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im applying for chemistry, i havent even started yet is it too late?
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im applying for chemistry, i havent even started yet is it too late?
No. Just start now.
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No. Just start now.
How long does the process take? (not including the personal statement)
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How long does the process take? (not including the personal statement)
Not long, like a week if you have all the information to hand.
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O.o you do realise you will have to apply through clearing vacancies this late? The process can take a while, and from what I recall you need a reference, Doob. Parts of it are pretty straightfroward, but some of it can take a while to get through.

I hope you get it done quickly and get yourself a last minute minute place.
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Not long, like a week if you have all the information to hand.
i got sent an e-mail from UCAS saying i need to verify my e-mail address

but it doesnt tell me where i can verify it?
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CONTACT UCAS!

Call Uni's for clearing once you get your results

Best of luck

Hey,

You cannot apply through clearing until you have a clearing number, and you can only get this once you have filled in your application, so you will need to get this done ASAP.

When it comes to clearing, the 2 most important things are, obviously, your results but your personal statement is really important too. MAke sure you tailor it to the type of course you are applying for. Try to avoid the cliches, try and be original and keep it to the point, no rambling!

A level results come out on Thursday and anyone who has not got a place will be in the same boat as you, I would just get started today.

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Hey,

You cannot apply through clearing until you have a clearing number, and you can only get this once you have filled in your application, so you will need to get this done ASAP.

When it comes to clearing, the 2 most important things are, obviously, your results but your personal statement is really important too. MAke sure you tailor it to the type of course you are applying for. Try to avoid the cliches, try and be original and keep it to the point, no rambling!

A level results come out on Thursday and anyone who has not got a place will be in the same boat as you, I would just get started today.

Pippa

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the deadline as the 30th june, i havent applied yet

so i wont be able to get into uni...
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am i doomed? (serious)
are you applying for this year or next year?
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are you applying for this year or next year?
next year

im starting my A2's this september
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next year

im starting my A2's this september
I haven't started mine yet either, you have until Jan time so it's fine
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next year

im starting my A2's this september
Then what are you worrying about you silly goose
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Then what are you worrying about you silly goose
on the website it said course application deadline was 30th June?
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The application aren't opened till September, there's really no need to rush it, but it would be better to start now to save up time for then.

Start with your PS
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