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I'm shook by how great this article is


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It's a really good article but this part is potentially misleading:

"15 January: Deadline for applications to the majority of undergraduate courses."

By volume I imagine that most UG programmes remain open to applications after the 15th. It should probably say "Deadline for guaranteed consideration to the majority... ".
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It's a really good article but this part is potentially misleading:

"15 January: Deadline for applications to the majority of undergraduate courses."

By volume I imagine that most UG programmes remain open to applications after the 15th. It should probably say "Deadline for guaranteed consideration to the majority... ".
Thanks folks - glad you like the piece. That's a great point on the wording around the deadline - we'll get that updated to clarify it.
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