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When do we have our application number after we sent the online application?
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When do we have our application number after we sent the online application?
Once you've submitted your application, you're sent a letter (called AS2), which lists your choices and also gives you your application number. You're also given a password, so you can track the progress of your application online through the UCAS website.
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Alrite, thanks! Around what month will we get that letter?
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it'll be a couple of days after you have sent off/submitted your ucas application
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That's quick! What other types of letters do we get after the AS2 letter?
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well you'll get a booklet explaining ucas and how it'll work. then the other letters you'll get are either ones telling you that you've been given an offer, or rejection letters. there can be days, weeks or even months between the arrival of these letters - quite frustrating!!!!!

once all your choices have given you offers/rejections you'll receive a letter - cant remember the code for it - and you'll have to make your firm and insurance choices. you can also do this online. then they'll send you a confirmation letter stating your choices - and then that's pretty much it from ucas - was for me anyway! anything else you wanna know??

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That's quick! What other types of letters do we get after the AS2 letter?
If you have anymore queries visit the UCAS site, as they have an advice for student section, including sections such as 'before you apply', 'how to apply', 'after you apply'.
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