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are you really sure. once you withdraw there's no going back. I would discuss it with fam
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I’ve had a conversation with my family & they’ve been incredibly supportive
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*withdraw from this choice/withdraw my application*
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Yupp ^ Still work hard until the end of the year and get the best grades you can!!
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Formally withdraw via UCAS. Be aware that you won’t be able to take part any further in this years admission cycle.
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