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Hey, i've just gotten rejected from all 5 unis i applied to.. I don't know what to do and have no clue what to do this year
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Hey, i've just gotten rejected from all 5 unis i applied to.. I don't know what to do and have no clue what to do this year
Sorry to hear that, a year out to reapply can be a great opportunity to reflect on your motivations, skills etc and to strengthen your application though, it's not the end of the world and a lot of people are in this position as it's been a particularly tough year. Maybe you could get some more work experience this year or resit any qualifications that might limit your opportunities. Best of luck!
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Then take a step-back, get a job (any job) and earn some cash, do some travelling, and think about life.
Nowhere does it say you can only go to Uni straight from school. A year or so 'out' to work out what you really want to do is fine.
And btw, there are plenty of ways to get into most career areas without a degree - https://www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/
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You could look at clearing? What degree are you looking to do?
(Original post by maria914)
Hey, i've just gotten rejected from all 5 unis i applied to.. I don't know what to do and have no clue what to do this year
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Do you have a teacher in your school that specialises in the uni process. I think you can go through this process where your school negotiate with the unis about your grades.
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Do you have a teacher in your school that specialises in the uni process. I think you can go through this process where your school negotiate with the unis about your grades.
Once rejected - that's it.
UK Unis do not do 'negotiation' with anyone.
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You could look at clearing? What degree are you looking to do?
i applied to dental hygiene, it was rly competitive and most unis accepted less than 10 people!
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Then take a step-back, get a job (any job) and earn some cash, do some travelling, and think about life.
Nowhere does it say you can only go to Uni straight from school. A year or so 'out' to work out what you really want to do is fine.
And btw, there are plenty of ways to get into most career areas without a degree - https://www.notgoingtouni.co.uk/
defo, i think taking a break and working/travelling would be best. also thanks for that website thats really handy !
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defo, i think taking a break and working/travelling would be best. also thanks for that website thats really handy !
Have you looked into extra to see if there are any courses that might interest you. Medical type courses are very competitive especially in the current climate. There is no guarantee you will get any offers next year either.
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