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    Guys I'm going to sound really silly here:
    basically I have accidentally withdrawn from a medical school (young kids were near my laptop and i left it unattended) and now i really want to reinstate my withdrawal- i have tried phoning up admissions and emailing to explain my situation but they haven't answered- I'm really worried what should I do? Do u think I have a chance of being considered for application again??
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    Guys I'm going to sound really silly here:
    basically I have accidentally withdrawn from a medical school (young kids were near my laptop and i left it unattended) and now i really want to reinstate my withdrawal- i have tried phoning up admissions and emailing to explain my situation but they haven't answered- I'm really worried what should I do? Do u think I have a chance of being considered for application again??
    Your best bet is to ring UCAS first and see what they say. And then continue to try and contact the medical school.
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    (Original post by ForestCat)
    Your best bet is to ring UCAS first and see what they say. And then continue to try and contact the medical school.
    oh am i supposed to ring up UCAS??
    ok will do that now thank you?
    what do u think - do i have a chance of being reinstated- I'm really worried it was a genuine accident??
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    oh am i supposed to ring up UCAS??
    ok will do that now thank you?
    what do u think - do i have a chance of being reinstated- I'm really worried it was a genuine accident??
    I can't really comment.
    UCAS are the best bet to start off with, as they would have to reput it on the system if possible. I know it has happened the other way round before so there should be someway around it, but the sooner you speak to UCAS and the Uni the better.
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    (Original post by ForestCat)
    I can't really comment.
    UCAS are the best bet to start off with, as they would have to reput it on the system if possible. I know it has happened the other way round before so there should be someway around it, but the sooner you speak to UCAS and the Uni the better.
    i phoned up UCAS they were really lovely on the phone but they said the decision lies with the university
    so i rang up admissions and they said 99% chance that u won't be reinstated but as your case was accidental we will have a look further and reply to your email

    I'm just so annoyed right now- my carelessness isn't it
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    (Original post by MevMev)
    i phoned up UCAS they were really lovely on the phone but they said the decision lies with the university
    so i rang up admissions and they said 99% chance that u won't be reinstated but as your case was accidental we will have a look further and reply to your email

    I'm just so annoyed right now- my carelessness isn't it
    I'll keep my fingers crossed that they realise it was a mistake and don't hold it against you.
 
 
 
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