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    Hello, I have just recently recieved a letter from woodhouse and it states that I didnt get in the first round due to the high demand in the school

    My predicated grades are:
    MATHS - A*
    ENGLISH LANGUAGE - A
    ENGLISH LITERATURE - A
    GRAPHICS - B
    ECONOMICS - A
    FRENCH - B
    SCIENCE (CORE) - A
    SCIENCE (ADDITIONAL) - B
    COMPUTER SCIENCE - A*
    I really want to go to Woodhouse do you think I will be accepted from the waiting list?
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    I really do think you'd have to wait for someone to drop out first. like in my school loads of people got put on the waiting list that. But I think your grades are high enough for the school to take you on should someone drop out. But heck I don't really know seeing as I'm not part of the admissions process- just a fellow year 11 student like you
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    When I had applied last year I was put on the waiting list, and then 3 weeks later I got an offer! Don't feel downhearted yet, even though they are over subscribed, they do try to take in as many people as possible - so just wait and see


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    I was also put on the waiting list but with slightly worse grades than yours, so I think you definitely have a chance to get there. I'm desperate to go there as well.
    Wish you luck!
 
 
 

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