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Just wondering, has anyone successfully deferred their place after they chose their firm/insurance choice (or even on the results date)? How high is the chance that universities will accept it? It is because I can't confirm if I can defer until sometime around May to August this year... Thank you so much.
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Just wondering, has anyone successfully deferred their place after they chose their firm/insurance choice (or even on the results date)? How high is the chance that universities will accept it? It is because I can't confirm if I can defer until sometime around May to August this year... Thank you so much.
Many people do this every year. However, it is up to the university whether they grant your request.
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Many people do this every year. However, it is up to the university whether they grant your request.
Do I send an email to both my firm/insurance unis and ask them?
If they don't grant my request, can I drop my offer and apply to the uni next year again? Thank you
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Do I send an email to both my firm/insurance unis and ask them?
If they don't grant my request, can I drop my offer and apply to the uni next year again? Thank you
Depending on when you do it, a phone call might be the way to start. Yes, you can reject the offer and reapply without any issues.
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Definitely best to phone and actually speak to the Admissions Dept for both your Courses, to discuss your options.

Don't guess and then potentially lock yourself out of something for next year.

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Definitely best to phone and actually speak to the Admissions Dept for both your Courses, to discuss your options.

Don't guess and then potentially lock yourself out of something for next year.

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