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Hi I’ve left it for too long and I’m only going to be sending my ucas application for adult nursing now. I’m applying for Liverpool John Moores, edge hill university and Chester university. I’ve already got my grades 122 ucas points from my acces course.

Does anyone know if I still have chance to get in for September intake if I’m sending my application so late?
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Hi I’ve left it for too long and I’m only going to be sending my ucas application for adult nursing now. I’m applying for Liverpool John Moores, edge hill university and Chester university. I’ve already got my grades 122 ucas points from my acces course.

Does anyone know if I still have chance to get in for September intake if I’m sending my application so late?
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Yes there's still a chance. Send it off ASAP
btw what A levels did you do?
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Hi I’ve left it for too long and I’m only going to be sending my ucas application for adult nursing now. I’m applying for Liverpool John Moores, edge hill university and Chester university. I’ve already got my grades 122 ucas points from my acces course.

Does anyone know if I still have chance to get in for September intake if I’m sending my application so late?
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The initial deadline isnt till 15 Jan so you have plenty of time.
Your unis arent that competitive, so just prepare for an interview and make sure you have enough experience.
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I haven’t done any A Levels I’ve done access to HE course which equivalent to A Levels. They require from 104-112 points. I’ve already got in all of my choices last year and done all the interviews but couldn’t start due to personal reasons. I’m starting to stress now that there might only be places for January and March intakes.
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I’ve realised I need my reference from my teacher but they’re off college now for 2 weeks that means my application will only be send in January. I guess it’s my own fault wish I’ve not left it for so long
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I’ve realised I need my reference from my teacher but they’re off college now for 2 weeks that means my application will only be send in January. I guess it’s my own fault wish I’ve not left it for so long
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Hi I’ve left it for too long and I’m only going to be sending my ucas application for adult nursing now. I’m applying for Liverpool John Moores, edge hill university and Chester university. I’ve already got my grades 122 ucas points from my acces course.

Does anyone know if I still have chance to get in for September intake if I’m sending my application so late?
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They start giving out offers now but have to make sure they have places for people who are applying up until the deadline of January the 15th. You will be fine don’t worry!
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Although the UCAS deadline has passed, it’s not actually too late to send in your application.

The universities haven’t locked their admissions teams doors shut to applications just yet, in fact they only stop accepting applications completely in June. So you can still send in your application now and be considered for a uni place.

And if you miss that deadline, there is always Clearing!
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