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    I don't want to send a pointless email if they won't see it until school starts.

    However, it's an email that I need to send.
    I'm moving to my dad's house in the coming weeks and he lives a two-hour drive from my mum's house.
    This means I'm applying to colleges and sixth forms there.
    This was a recent decision to move so I have missed the sixth form application deadline by months.
    So me emailing is to ask them if they'll still let me apply this close to the start of term.

    P.S. Any tips for what to write in the email would be appreciated
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    (Original post by Lucy-A-R)
    I don't want to send a pointless email if they won't see it until school starts.

    However, it's an email that I need to send.
    I'm moving to my dad's house in the coming weeks and he lives a two-hour drive from my mum's house.
    This means I'm applying to colleges and sixth forms there.
    This was a recent decision to move so I have missed the sixth form application deadline by months.
    So me emailing is to ask them if they'll still let me apply this close to the start of term
    That's fine, my college has sent me emails everyday for the last month. Most colleges are operational at the moment because they are drafting timetables for new students. Just get the email address for the admissions department or enquiries department .
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    (Original post by Bruce267199)
    That's fine, my college has sent me emails everyday for the last month. Most colleges are operational at the moment because they are drafting timetables for new students. Just get the email address for the admissions department or enquiries department .
    Well the email on the website is for the reception and that's the only one I can seem to find, but hopefully they'll reply to that
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    Yes ,but i think phone and follow up with confrimatuib e-mail is more appropriate.
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    (Original post by Lucy-A-R)
    Well the email on the website is for reception and that's the only one I can seem to find, but hopefully they'll reply to that
    That's where i send most mine, if they can't deal with it then they will forward it to the right department.
 
 
 
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