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    I applied to Newcastle University(first choice) at the end of November and have yet to receive a reply for either the course (Eng Lit) or even whether I got into the PARTNERS scheme. Is it normal to have such a late reply or should I get in touch?
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    (Original post by loveireandblog)
    I applied to Newcastle University at the end of November and have yet to receive a reply for either the course (Eng Lit) or whether I got into the PARTNERS scheme. Is it normal to have such a late reply or should I get in touch?
    Did they give you an idea of when you should have received a reply?
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    Did they give you an idea of when you should have received a reply?
    Nope but I think the deadline for unis to respond is somewhere in March ?
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    (Original post by loveireandblog)
    Nope but I think the deadline for unis to respond is somewhere in March ?
    Well, it's only mid February so I wouldn't stress too much but if you're worried feel free to drop them an email to ask when they will be able to respond to you
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    (Original post by loveireandblog)
    I applied to Newcastle University(first choice) at the end of November and have yet to receive a reply for either the course (Eng Lit) or even whether I got into the PARTNERS scheme. Is it normal to have such a late reply or should I get in touch?
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    PARTNERS applications can take longer to process because there's a couple of extra steps they need to go through. Would you like me to ask admissions to check on the status of your application? If you haven't been in touch with anyone already, feel free to drop us a PM with your full name and UCAS ID (plus the course(s) you applied for) and we'll look into it for you

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    PARTNERS applications can take longer to process because there's a couple of extra steps they need to go through. Would you like me to ask admissions to check on the status of your application? If you haven't been in touch with anyone already, feel free to drop us a PM with your full name and UCAS ID (plus the course(s) you applied for) and we'll look into it for you

    All the best,

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