captainhilts
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Hi guys quick question: I was rejected from Cambridge (law) post-interview and after being pooled (i applied to a stupidly competitive college) in this admissions cycle. is it worth ringing them up on results day to see if they have spaces, if i get top grades (A*AA or better)?

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No. Unless you're eligible for adjustment, but then they'd have notified you about that already
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No. Unless you're eligible for adjustment, but then they'd have notified you about that already
no i am not eligible for adjustment. so there is zero chance for me then?
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Please do not do this.

Seriously, unless you have been notified that you are eligible for Adjustment - in which case, you will need to follow the instructions you were sent in your rejection email in January - there is no possibility of us taking you in this way.

I am sorry, as I'm sure this isn't what you want to hear. If you do well and want to take a year out to reapply, by all means do. But you're most likely holding an offer from a great university as a firm choice and would do very well there.
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