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andr0meda
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does the person you put down for nominated access have complete access to all of your application?
worried about the sexuality/gender bit :/
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(Original post by andr0meda)
does the person you put down for nominated access have complete access to all of your application?
worried about the sexuality/gender bit :/
Probably, you can just put don't wanna say
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If you mean 'nominated contact' (ie. a parent) - no.
If you mean school staff who check your application add your school referenece etc, yes they can see all of your application - but why is this a problem?
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If you mean 'nominated contact' (ie. a parent) - no.
If you mean school staff who check your application add your school referenece etc, yes they can see all of your application - but why is this a problem?
i meant nominated contact, so thats great! thank you!!
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No - you’re just giving the universities the right to speak to that person if you aren’t available - traveling/unwell etc.You’re school will see the whole thing
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No - you’re just giving the universities the right to speak to that person if you aren’t available - traveling/unwell etc.You’re school will see the whole thing
The nominated person permission only applies to UCAS.

Universities need written express consent/permission given to them directly to talk to a third party about an application.
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