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    Hiiiii,
    I've got all my offers back to study Law except Glasgow. As I've been looking on here, a couple of people have said that Glasgow are usually quite quick to respond and my application was sent off mid October so I'm becoming abit agitated and nervous, especially as Glasgow would be my first choice. It's edging on mid February and I'm beginning to consider withdrawing my application from Glasgow so I can firm and insure my choices. It seems all my friends have either had all their offers or have firmed and insured their choices so the wait is starting to frustrate me. I'm also beginning to lack motivation to revise, I've done what you could call next to nothing since mocks so reaaaally need grades to set myself as a target to work towards or I don't think I'll be studying Law anywhere.
    I've gone onto abit of a tangent but I was basically just wondering, if you've had an offer back to study Law at Glasgow, how long did it take from your application acknowledgement for an offer to come through? And also, if anyone has any honest advice to whether you think I'm wasting my time waiting to hear back, should I withdraw or stick it out?

    Thank you in advance and sorry for the long winded rambling lol
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    (Original post by laurrrrenfox)
    Hiiiii,
    I've got all my offers back to study Law except Glasgow. As I've been looking on here, a couple of people have said that Glasgow are usually quite quick to respond and my application was sent off mid October so I'm becoming abit agitated and nervous, especially as Glasgow would be my first choice. It's edging on mid February and I'm beginning to consider withdrawing my application from Glasgow so I can firm and insure my choices. It seems all my friends have either had all their offers or have firmed and insured their choices so the wait is starting to frustrate me. I'm also beginning to lack motivation to revise, I've done what you could call next to nothing since mocks so reaaaally need grades to set myself as a target to work towards or I don't think I'll be studying Law anywhere.
    I've gone onto abit of a tangent but I was basically just wondering, if you've had an offer back to study Law at Glasgow, how long did it take from your application acknowledgement for an offer to come through? And also, if anyone has any honest advice to whether you think I'm wasting my time waiting to hear back, should I withdraw or stick it out?

    Thank you in advance and sorry for the long winded rambling lol
    Your negative reaction regarding motivation to work is simply ridiculous. So is the fact that you are prepared to reject your first choice simply because Glasgow have had the temerity not to make a decision yet. Moreover this is a decision they don't have to make for months. Contact Glasgow and ask when they expect to make a decision.

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    It wasn't for law, but when I applied last session I don't think I received my offer from Glasgow until March.
 
 
 
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