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    I have applied for university through UCAS and have dropped one of my advanced highers I'm taking this year. So I'm now taking 2 highers and 1 advanced higher. I have already had a rejection for just enquiring about dropping it. Am I better waiting until I recieve offers to let them know I've dropped the subject or let them know straight away?
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    I have applied for university through UCAS and have dropped one of my advanced highers I'm taking this year. So I'm now taking 2 highers and 1 advanced higher. I have already had a rejection for just enquiring about dropping it. Am I better waiting until I recieve offers to let them know I've dropped the subject or let them know straight away?
    If unis give you an offer they would be able to remove or change the offer as you've dropped a subject. So it won't make any difference if you tell them before getting an offer or afterwards, except that if you do receive an offer it may give you false hope.
 
 
 
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