EJay28
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Hi,
I'm in a sticky situation. I have applied for medicine, very short notice, and it was all very rushed. But now I'm concerned it is the wrong decision for me. Is it possible to withdraw the whole application and start a fresh, new application? I'm still within the 14 day period. Any help?
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It should be possible, but you should contact UCAS ASAP.

Of course, if you change your mind again, you won't be able to reapply for medicine this cycle as the deadline has passed.
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(Original post by SlowlorisIncognito)
It should be possible, but you should contact UCAS ASAP.

Of course, if you change your mind again, you won't be able to reapply for medicine this cycle as the deadline has passed.
Ok I'll call them tomorrow. Thank you! ☺️


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