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    I will hopefully complete my 12th Std in March 2015 (cbse board). I am preparing for my prelims and finals recently. I wish to apply to certain universities in UK. Sadly, I missed the deadline for few courses. Though 15th Jan is the deadline for other courses. So should I wait for 2016 to apply? Because I am still not done with my 12th final examinations.
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    Unless you know exactly what you're going to apply for (what and where) I'd say to leave it until next year. You'd have less than 3 weeks to complete your UCAS application - including your personal statement. If you rush applying to UK uni now, you'll a) probably miss a few things in your application/personal statement, which wouldn't do you any favours or b) you'd be so sidetracked by UCAS that it'll take time away from your prelim and final thingies. Delaying it until next year will let you focus more on your studies to get your grades, let you apply for the courses whose deadlines you've missed, and then, when you finally do apply next year, you'll already know where you possibly can or can't get into because you'll already have your grades.
 
 
 
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