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    (Original post by RObTRIP)
    hey at our school a few years back one student wrote some naughty things in the yearbook about a teacher, she wanted it to be removed (ie re-printing like 200 yearbooks dream on), the guy didn't want to apologize and this student had his offer withdrawn from his first choice uni, from what i hear teachers cannot affect the offers but it appears she had!
    i think if you do something stupid at school then universities can remove your offer but i woulndt have thought that would have been enough
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    yay 500 posts!
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    (Original post by MrKeen)
    Life?
    At least I spend my time productively rather than criticising others. Just because I post 5 minutes worth of useful info on a subject I am very interested in, and happened to have just studied, does not mean I don't have a life. But I'm not sure the same could be said for people who read back others' posts looking to criticise.

    If you don't like it, don't read it.
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    Don't you have to read it before you are able to know whether you like it or not :p: No, really, I'm on your side such mean and destructive comments don't add anything to a decent conversation.
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    To withdraw an offer, does the uni have to prove that they wouldn't have accepted the student in the first place?
 
 
 
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