Have your say: Why you shouldn't miss the chance to go on a uni applicant day

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How much do you know about the unis you’ve applied to?

You’ll have learned a bit from your early research; reading prospectuses and websites, talking to current students. As your shortlist took shape, you’ll have headed along to a few open days to get an idea of what each of your picks is like.

Feel like enough? Now your application is in, you’ll be receiving invitations to applicant days as well. And, although you might have thought your research was done and that you can now get on with reaching the grades you need, making the time for another round of visits is a wise move.

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