sending an edited version of your PS after ucas has been sent?Watch
How costly are these errors?
the mistakes are very costly in terms of punctuation and sentence structure. i basically rushed the application...which was a bad move. bt perhaps im just too paranoid. but would be ok for me to send u the old statement and the edited one i did? just to show u how bad the errors where. i dont know how Nottingham overlooked it!
Well they might not notice if you don't tell them... you could always retract your application and resubmit it? But then obviously you would lose the two offers that you already have.
Sorry, but this is wrong. If you withdraw you will NOT be able to apply again this year.
You can withdraw your application at any time by going to Track or by phoning our Customer Service Unit. If you withdraw, you cannot submit another application during this academic year and you cannot go through Clearing. If you have withdrawn from the scheme but, for exceptional reasons, you want to re-enter it, you should write to us with full details and ask for advice.
Obviously the two that accepted you have overlooked them! I had some big errors in my PS, which have so far been overlooked (They were major factual errors about a book that I'd read, as well as some bad punctuation). You can PM me the old and new statements if you like.
They may not even notice the mistakes, but they will if you tell them about them!
If I were an admin tutor, I would wonder why they did not get their statement right the first time, and might assume they are unorganised.
For anything slightly less serious, leave it. They won't notice a few spelling mistakes - a lot of people make them!