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The applicants handbook says
"If you are approved for pre-allocation to a specific school based on personal circumstances, you can only apply for a Specialised Foundation Programme(SFP)in a Specialised Unit of Application(SUoA)that covers that specific foundation school. However, you cannot be pre-allocated to a SUoA"I am confused about this statement because, the deadline to apply for pre-allocation, is the same as the deadline to apply for the specialist foundation program.
At the time a student is applying for the SFP, they will not know if they have been approved for pre-allocation yet.


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