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    (Original post by Sprout_hair)
    Ah me too.. would have saved £15! :p:
    Good luck though. Mine's on Thursday!
    Yeah, tell me about it, 75 quid for one exam! :eek:
    Anyway good luck to you too!
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    Just submitted my form, feel so much better now its done :-)
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    (Original post by Sprout_hair)
    Yes, I've booked it for Thursday.. the last date available where I am.
    Do you reckon that would harm my chances? I just kept putting it off..
    I still havn't started practicing though.. How much will I need?
    It won't harm your chances because the unis don't get told when you took the exam they just get the results. But its up to you how practice you need, some people dont need any really others need loads, wateva you feel comfatable with.
    You can't really practice for a UKCAT though u either get it or you don't.
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    (Original post by Asthenia)
    I am, mine's this friday though- the official deadline lol!
    I wish I did mine in the summer now...:rolleyes:
    lol, i wish I had one mine in the summer. Thats what I originally ewanted to do but by the time UKCAT sent me my voucher number all the sessions were booked up so had to settle fo a late sept session. Jus glad its out of the way now hopefully will never have to see another verbal reasoning question again argh!
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    Wahey an update!

    (Original post by UCAS Apply)
    Your application has been checked by your referee/coordinator.
    08-10-2008 (13:12) Your reference has been completed and approved. Your referee/coordinator will be able to send your application to UCAS from mid-September. After it has been processed you will be sent a welcome letter. You will then be able to log in to Track, which allows you to check the progress of your application. You will need your Personal ID number and the username and password you used when making your application.
    However...

    (Original post by UCAS Apply)
    You will not be able to send your application until you have verified your e-mail address (via the personal details section), or via the link below if you have not completed all sections of your application.
    How on earth do I verify it if my application is locked?
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    (Original post by !MEna)
    How on earth do I verify it if my application is locked?
    If it is written in a light gray box then you have already verified your e-mail. It stays there even when you verify so don't worry.
    If you're wondering whether you have verified or not...the process involves UCAS sending you a 4 digit code which you have to enter when applying.
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    Your application has been processed by UCAS. You will be sent a welcome letter and will then be able to log in to Track, which allows you to check the progress of your application. You will need your Personal ID number and the username and password you used when making your application.
    :woo: Once I get my welcome letter I can become a track addict....again :ninja:
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    (Original post by FFCrusader)
    :woo: Once I get my welcome letter I can become a track addict....again :ninja:
    Oh so that's what it says when it's been actually processed and sent? Guess I'll have to wait a bit longer then! :p:
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    (Original post by !MEna)
    Oh so that's what it says when it's been actually processed and sent? Guess I'll have to wait a bit longer then! :p:

    You don't have to wait for the letter to log on to track!

    as soon as my school clicked sent to ucas an hour later i was able to get onto track!

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    (Original post by jjkkll)
    You don't have to wait for the letter to log on to track!

    as soon as my school clicked sent to ucas an hour later i was able to get onto track!

    same, all you need is your ID number and your apply login.
    it's not particularly interesting atm, though!
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    (Original post by !MEna)
    Oh so that's what it says when it's been actually processed and sent? Guess I'll have to wait a bit longer then! :p:
    Only a little bit :p: It's not like you're gonna miss anything really, track won't really change for a while
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    (Original post by FFCrusader)
    Only a little bit :p: It's not like you're gonna miss anything really, track won't really change for a while
    Ha! You were right about that. It literally just changed to...

    (Original post by UCAS Apply)
    Your application has been processed by UCAS. You will be sent a welcome letter and will then be able to log in to Track, which allows you to check the progress of your application. You will need your Personal ID number and the username and password you used when making your application.
    :p:
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    (Original post by jjkkll)
    You don't have to wait for the letter to log on to track!

    as soon as my school clicked sent to ucas an hour later i was able to get onto track!

    I couldn't log onto track until i received my welcome letter..
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    (Original post by b9muslove)
    I couldn't log onto track until i received my welcome letter..
    seriously?
    try using the 'forgotten your password' link. i think that's what i did. besides, it is really boring, all you can see are your choices, etc.
    it struck me today that there's about 4 weeks till the BMAT. CRAP!
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    (Original post by !MEna)
    Ha! You were right about that. It literally just changed to...


    :p:
    :p: I can predict the future :teeth:


    If only that were true...
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    Patience is a virtue.

    Your application has not yet been checked by your referee/coordinator.
    07-10-2008 (11:49) Your reference has been completed and approved. Your referee/coordinator will be able to send your application to UCAS from mid-September. After it has been processed you will be sent a welcome letter. You will then be able to log in to Track, which allows you to check the progress of your application. You will need your Personal ID number and the username and password you used when making your application.
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    (Original post by lotusx)
    seriously?
    try using the 'forgotten your password' link. i think that's what i did. besides, it is really boring, all you can see are your choices, etc.
    it struck me today that there's about 4 weeks till the BMAT. CRAP!
    Ohhh i see. Yeah it is a bit boring to be honest, not quite sure what i was expecting though..4 weeks i should probably start looking through some GCSE revision guides.
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    i haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate physics.
    officially and forever.
    you know, my friend who's applying for PPE sent off her application on friday and has already got an offer from Manchester.
    i wish medicine was like that!
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    I'm going to send in my application in a couple of hours... finally
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    Seems like quite a few people have sent theirs off today- so have I such a relief to have it off my back now...but the waiting begins!

    Does anyone know how long it takes for the welcome letter to arrive? And has anyone got any acknowledgment letters/emails from their unis?
 
 
 
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