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hi, i got rejected in from warwick in december, and i have basically set my heart on it ever since i first visited the university, although i have gotten great offers from other universities, here is where i really want to go.
so my question is if this is worth the risk to take? i think i could be getting a*a*a on results day, and possible a*a*a* if i put full dedication into my revision.
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Economics at Warwick is one of their strongest subject and there is no guarantee it will be in adjustment and even if it does I doubt they will accept anyone they previously didnt think enough of to make an offer. Have you asked for feedback as to why you were rejected. The evidence of students getting in through adjustment is that very few get in and as for predicted grades only 9% exceed them whilst 75% fail to achieve them.
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Economics at Warwick is one of their strongest subject and there is no guarantee it will be in adjustment and even if it does I doubt they will accept anyone they previously didnt think enough of to make an offer. Have you asked for feedback as to why you were rejected. The evidence of students getting in through adjustment is that very few get in and as for predicted grades only 9% exceed them whilst 75% fail to achieve them.
how do i ask for feedback? i have gotten an email just listing possible reasons as to why i was rejected but not spesific to my application.
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how do i ask for feedback? i have gotten an email just listing possible reasons as to why i was rejected but not spesific to my application.
Send then an email asking if they can advise you why your application was unsucessful. It is likely to be your personal statement or your predicted grades. Maybe they felt there were just better candidates. The numbers who get in every year anywhere through adjustment is small so your chances of getting in through adjustment is very low
https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...lts-university
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