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I think Bristol puts most applicants for popular courses on hold until after the ucas deadline. I’ve applied for Liberal Arts which isn’t very competitive and have now got a place, but all of my other friends applied for things like engineering/ maths/ computing have been put on hold. They’ve all gotten into some really great universities, so I think it’s just the way Bristol handles things! I wouldn’t worry, it’s definitely not a bad thing
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I haven’t been put on hold and applied for Law
Oh, misread your post! When did you apply?
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when you take the LNAT, you have to sign up for the Pearson website and put your UCAS info so they can download your results. I only just realised I entered everything wrong and only now corrected it so I think this may be the reason
Email Bristol with your UCAS and LNAT ids and they will be able to down load your LNAT results.
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To be honest, there's no difference in your app status whether they tell you that you're on hold or not. It's really just a courtesy to reassure you that you are still being considered and to discourage you from chasing a decision. There's lots of instances where a uni pops your app on hold, but doesn't go to the bother of telling you.

In short, if you have not heard back, you are still being considered and there is no reason to be concerned whether they've sent you an empty "please bear with us!" message or not. You're in the same position regardless.
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