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come here If u don't know what to do with life after being rejected from
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come here If u don't know what to do with life after being rejected from
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you got rejected from all of them?
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you got rejected from all of them?
no woxbrdige reject
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I got rejected by Oxford after not doing an entrance exam I was supposed to do
(didn't mention it in the requirements tho) ...

You could always re-apply next year after taking a gap year? I'm considering doing that if my scholarship falls through but idk is it worth it?

I had a friend who was rejected from Oxford, St. Andrews and Durham, so it could be worse
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come here If u don't know what to do with life after being rejected from
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You'd have to be a pretty bad candidate to get rejected from Warwick considering they give offers to 5/6 applicants
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I guess never lose hope??
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You were rejected by all six?

Even E.ON?!
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You'd have to be a pretty bad candidate to get rejected from Warwick considering they give offers to 5/6 applicants
i applied for econ, one their most competitive flagship courses
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i applied for econ, one their most competitive flagship courses
They give offers to most people

https://university.which.co.uk/unive...0-l100-A20-B68
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They give offers to most people

https://university.which.co.uk/unive...0-l100-A20-B68
most of the people who apply have above average grades

all A*s etc.

not anyone can apply with BBBCCBCBCCCC in GCSEs etc.
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most of the people who apply have above average grades

all A*s etc.

not anyone can apply with BBBCCBCBCCCC in GCSEs etc.
Idk, had a few friends get in with A*AA predicted and a couple A*s at GCSE

Maybe you were just unlucky
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Is it even possible to be rejected by all 6 when you get 5 choices?
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(Original post by Kyber Ninja)
They give offers to most people

https://university.which.co.uk/unive...0-l100-A20-B68
That's a bullsh*t, outdated figure. In the past 2 years Warwick have really reduced the number of people they give offers to, to the point where people can get offers from UCL, LSE etc but not from Warwick. Even with A*s at GCSEs and A level predictions.
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Idk, had a few friends get in with A*AA predicted and a couple A*s at GCSE

Maybe you were just unlucky
they said in rejection email that my personal statement was full of ****
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Is it even possible to be rejected by all 6 when you get 5 choices?
I was about to say!

Is there still the rule that you can't apply for Oxford and Cambridge? It was like that when I was in sixth form.
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That's a bullsh*t, outdated figure. In the past 2 years Warwick have really reduced the number of people they give offers to, to the point where people can get offers from UCL, LSE etc but not from Warwick. Even with A*s at GCSEs and A level predictions.
Nope, it's from UCAS and it's updated every year.

UCL is more competitive and LSE is a lot more competitive

https://university.which.co.uk/unive...0-l100-A23-J60

https://university.which.co.uk/londo...0-l101-A32-C31
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they said in rejection email that my personal statement was full of ****
Well, that's an annoying reason - considering the fact a lot of people don't even write their own PS by themselves anymore.

Bristol Econ is often in clearing for AAB/AAA with A in maths and is a strong course - have a look if you don't firm anywhere
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Well, that's an annoying reason - considering the fact a lot of people don't even write their own PS by themselves anymore.

Bristol Econ is often in clearing for AAB/AAA with A in maths and is a strong course - have a look if you don't firm anywhere
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