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Cabby
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It's 2 months since my UCAS application was processed (I appreciate that some people have been waiting even longer) and I haven't heard anything yet.

I'll be a home student (ie. not wanting a place in halls) - do admissions departments tend to deal with people wanting accommodation first, so that they can get on with applying for places in halls? :confused:

I don't mind a long wait for an offer if there's a valid reason for it, but I've only applied for one course at one uni, and it's starting to feel like they've forgotten about me
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Some unis just give offers late anyway. If you're worried, call them and ask.
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(Original post by juno_the)
Some unis just give offers late anyway. If you're worried, call them and ask.
No it's the same I think. I want to live at home and I got 2 of my offers only 2 weeks after applying.
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They deal the applications in the order that they have been recieved.
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