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    Hi everybody,

    I have been umm-ing and ahh-ing over this for the past few weeks, and need a bit of advice. Here goes...

    One of my offers for teaching still hasn't responded yet. This is not the first time that this has happened to me, and as such those applications defaulted to 'unsuccessful'. I really want this teaching place but I put in my application at the beginning of March.

    I know the email of the training place, so should I send them an email to say that I've put an application in and heard no response? The deadline for their response is next week and I'm getting slightly anxious as other applications have defaulted due to no response.

    What do you guys think? If this topic has been posted before, my apologies.

    Morgana xx
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    A phone call will have a quicker response.
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    I would definately call them. I didn't hear from one my choices, so I called them and got a interview
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    Thanks for the advice! I will call them after bank holiday. If they don't have a place, I can then apply for a different one.

    Morgana x
 
 
 
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