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when can I begin my application?
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It's January! The 2020 cohort aren't even finished yet. Start in September, send off in October if early applicant, or November/December otherwise.

You can't send anything off until September.
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when can I begin my application?
UCAS Apply opened on the 21st May last year for September 2020 entry. I expect it will be open around that time for this year.
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okay, thanks. when’s best to start drafting a personal statement?
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okay, thanks. when’s best to start drafting a personal statement?
Like November/ December time
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okay, thanks. when’s best to start drafting a personal statement?
I did mine over the summer holiday, and finalised it in September.
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Hi guys. I need some advice. So basically I submitted a UCAS application to study chemistry for this year entry and I managed to receive offers and so I made my insurance and firm choice. But on results day (if I get the grades AAA/AAB) I don't want to study chemistry and instead I want to apply for medicine. So can I reject my offer on results day and send another UCAS application to study medicine for 2021 entry.
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UCAS says that the Apply feature will open on 18 May, so you can begin your application. However, you won't be able to submit it until 8 September, so you've got a little while.
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Hi guys. I need some advice. So basically I submitted a UCAS application to study chemistry for this year entry and I managed to receive offers and so I made my insurance and firm choice. But on results day (if I get the grades AAA/AAB) I don't want to study chemistry and instead I want to apply for medicine. So can I reject my offer on results day and send another UCAS application to study medicine for 2021 entry.
It depends on the university you are applying to. I would suggest contacting them and see what they say.
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hey everyone.
I just thought you guys would be interested in hear about a service I used last year to help me with my Uni Personal Statement (for those thinking about it now). I used UniStepUp, a platform which pairs you with a current uni student to help you review and edit your personal statement. I legit found it so useful when I was worrying about personal statement stuff. Stressful time with corona and all but wishing you all luck!
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