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I think I will eventually receive my rejection especially after bragging about such a loser move but
I applied to a scottish uni in october without meeting the entry requirements. I've got the grades, "just" not the subject (maths). So I am a bit surprised that since October I haven't been rejected yet? I was asked to send my school transcript three months ago, which I did, it was marked as read and.. nothing since then.
(As to why I did such a thing, half of the answer is I dont know and the other half is I wasn't that interested in the uni, which I am a bit now.) Thank you in advance for any remark or answer, and have a good afternoon
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I think I will eventually receive my rejection especially after bragging about such a loser move but
I applied to a scottish uni in october without meeting the entry requirements. I've got the grades, "just" not the subject (maths). So I am a bit surprised that since October I haven't been rejected yet? I was asked to send my school transcript three months ago, which I did, it was marked as read and.. nothing since then.
(As to why I did such a thing, half of the answer is I dont know and the other half is I wasn't that interested in the uni, which I am a bit now.) Thank you in advance for any remark or answer, and have a good afternoon
If the university is a relatively competitive one and maths is marked as a requirement instead of just "preferred" as a subject, I imagine you unfortunately don't have much of a chance to get in, as it is more likely to get into a course you don't meet the grade requirement of (as opposed to subject one). A lot of universities haven't sent back decisions yet.
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If the university is a relatively competitive one and maths is marked as a requirement instead of just "preferred" as a subject, I imagine you unfortunately don't have much of a chance to get in, as it is more likely to get into a course you don't meet the grade requirement of (as opposed to subject one). A lot of universities haven't sent back decisions yet.
Hi, you are right, it is indeed a competitive university so I don't held much hope, didn't know the subjects requirement was more important so thanks for letting me know
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