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can my school widthdraw my ucas application after it has been sent
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you can withdraw it yourself - although I'd strongly advise against this as I don't believe you will be able to submit another application this cycle. if you sent it off within the last 14 days, you can always change your choices on the UCAS website.
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you can withdraw it yourself - although I'd strongly advise against this as I don't believe you will be able to submit another application this cycle. if you sent it off within the last 14 days, you can always change your choices on the UCAS website.
Thanks for your reply i dont want to but i was just curious if my school has the power to widhdraw it against my will
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Thanks for your reply i dont want to but i was just curious if my school has the power to widhdraw it against my will
oh i see! no worries and no I'm not aware of them being able to do that
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