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    My college of institution has been incredibly bad at sending off UCAS applications, I had to wait seven weeks until mine was sent away, and that's not the longest time period I've heard of. However, I had completed my A2L application early November and have just been waiting for my tutor to complete his minor sections, which he has done - yesterday. (Yes, it took him that long) HOWEVER yesterday I received an e-mail from the UOL saying my application had been rejected, before I had even time to send my A2L off (I know they were supposed to be sent together.. :mad:) and I'm pretty confident in saying that, that is because I have been predicted AAB instead of AAA, however if I was accepted onto the A2L I'd have to only achieve ABB, bellow my predictions. Is it worth sending the A2L off today just in case? I've e-mailed the university but no reply as of yet...

    Panic mode has set in :o:o
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    Hi, have you heard back from us regarding this? Many thanks Laura
    (Original post by megfionnuala)
    My college of institution has been incredibly bad at sending off UCAS applications, I had to wait seven weeks until mine was sent away, and that's not the longest time period I've heard of. However, I had completed my A2L application early November and have just been waiting for my tutor to complete his minor sections, which he has done - yesterday. (Yes, it took him that long) HOWEVER yesterday I received an e-mail from the UOL saying my application had been rejected, before I had even time to send my A2L off (I know they were supposed to be sent together.. :mad:) and I'm pretty confident in saying that, that is because I have been predicted AAB instead of AAA, however if I was accepted onto the A2L I'd have to only achieve ABB, bellow my predictions. Is it worth sending the A2L off today just in case? I've e-mailed the university but no reply as of yet...

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    Hi, have you heard back from us regarding this? Many thanks Laura
    My access to leeds arrived a lot later than my UCAS. My access to leeds got accepted in the end but I I got rejected from the standard offer, meaning that I also didn't get an access to leeds offer.

    My question is, because my A2L arrived a lot later than my UCAS, how can I be sure that it was considered alongside my ucas application? and if it wasn't, am I still able to receive an offer after it has been re-reviewed?
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    (Original post by Kaasi)
    My access to leeds arrived a lot later than my UCAS. My access to leeds got accepted in the end but I I got rejected from the standard offer, meaning that I also didn't get an access to leeds offer.

    My question is, because my A2L arrived a lot later than my UCAS, how can I be sure that it was considered alongside my ucas application? and if it wasn't, am I still able to receive an offer after it has been re-reviewed?
    It says on the website that if you don't get a normal offer from Leeds you won't get an Access to Leeds offer, so unfortunately i dont think that you will get on eunless you can do some persuading
 
 
 
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