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    ...who's memorised her UCAS reference number and password and checks for offers on a regular basis (ie a number of times a day!!)?
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    ...who's memorised her UCAS reference number and password and checks for offers on a regular basis (ie a number of times a day!!)?
    Nope! You're not the only one! I have that unfortunate habit too. Only, its extremely disappointing to find there has been no change from 5 minutes ago when you last checked......
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    what UCAS reference lol
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    (Original post by chrisgill369)
    what UCAS reference lol
    You know, it says your year of entry and then six digits and then one digit
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    ...who's memorised her UCAS reference number and password and checks for offers on a regular basis (ie a number of times a day!!)?
    Don't worry you're not the only one! I keep checking like every two minutes.
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    I still know my UCAS number and password from last year. But I only checked a few times a week, not every day
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    (Original post by ~Sam~)
    Don't worry you're not the only one! I keep checking like every two minutes.
    Almost as addictive as :tsr: heh
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    You know, it says your year of entry and then six digits and then one digit
    You mean your application number, not the reference

    And yes I check all the time. I just can't help myself. It is quite addictive, but it doesn't make the offers come any faster
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    (Original post by Woggle)
    You mean your application number, not the reference
    Ah yes, that's the one - sorry!
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    Good poll
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    im addicted.aargh.
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    No, because I havent got my UCAS password and reference number yet.
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    (Original post by Zapsta)
    Good poll
    Why thank you, that means a lot to me
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    I do - but its not exactly hard - I knew it straightaway after I typed it in once (or maybe I just have a good memory??? )
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    (Original post by Eeyore)
    Why thank you, that means a lot to me
    And Cate said you didn't care
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    i still remember mine
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    Yes Just checked... still only have the one offer....
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    I'm in my 2nd year at uni and I STILL know my UCAS number. I can still log in as well. They don't seem to delete our accounts.
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    (Original post by LS.)
    Yes Just checked... still only have the one offer....
    Ah same, frustrating isn't it!?
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    I memorised mine - and i keep checking even though I know I won't be made an offer without an interview first.
 
 
 
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