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21 March 2007 @ 12:00 am
Questions!
I just barely applied to Glasgow Caledonian University, Queen's University Belfast, and University of Edinburgh.. and I plan on adding University of Glasgow once I get my damned track number.. if I ever get it... ?
In fact, I feel really stupid for not putting Uni of Glasgow on the list to begin with..

Do I still have a good chance of getting into Caledonian and/or University of Glasgow, seeing as how I applied so late (and in the case of Uni of Glasgow.. not yet) ?
How long should I wait to get my welcome letter before I need to call UCAS and get it from them? I would call them now, but it's really expensive as I am in Russia.

Thank you much.

- A
 
 
17 March 2007 @ 11:53 pm
someone told me it wasnt too late for me to apply at unis in england. i wanted to apply to manchester & salford. i have the application ready, i just need to submit it.. i have the reference and i wrote the personal statement (yeah i kinda put in the fact that im not from a super rich family and i mentioned the tragic past we have. but that all kinda relates to what i wanna go into - international relations)...

i was wondering, when is it too late for an intl student to apply? im in canada right now, so im applying as a canadian student. whens the cutoff date? i heard for us its not till june? is that weird.. or is it right?

also, what can i do to fund my stay? if i get in id definitely apply for a scholarship.. but oi, i dont think thatd be enough. i definitely want to go.

any suggestions??
 
 
04 March 2007 @ 09:24 pm
I have applied to two universities for September, I will be going as a mature student.  I have had one offer back so far which was from UWE that was an unconditional offer. Originally my first choice was UWIC which I am still waiting to hear from, but now UWE is sounding like a better option.  UWE is about half the travelling time from where I live and both cities have a shul to go to. Decisions, decisions. 
 
 
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Current Music: ER on E4
 
 
23 February 2007 @ 12:45 pm
Hey, have just stumbled upon this community as a person in need of a little lots of advice.

Basically, I've had all my offers in and I know that out of the six there are only two that I want to go to - either Exeter or Warwick university. I had initally decided that I was going to go to Exeter, having thought that Warwick were going to reject me (I only got the offer this morning!) but now that I've been offered a place by Warwick I've become really confused. Both of them have good and bad points but at the moment I really cannot decide between the two. 

I love the campus at Warwick but I think Exeter is a nicer town than Conventry (no offence to anyone, I just like the countryside feel to it), so they are tied there, and both the courses are really excellent. I am literally in a deadlock here, I cannot get myself out of this quandary.

If anyone out there knows the universities, can offer me advice or anything, I would be so, so grateful.
 
 
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22 February 2007 @ 09:56 pm
Finally decided.

Even though Sussex may be a wee bit better I can't see myself living in Brighton for the next three years of my life, so I've gone with Reading as it's just like London but a bit nicer :)

Firm - Reading - Biochemistry
Insurance - Sussex - Chemistry

Can't believe I've done it, it's only take me 3 months.
 
 
 
20 February 2007 @ 01:55 pm
So... this morning, I was pleased to find an email from the head of admissions for the school of history at the University of Nottingham. I was congratulated on being offered a place to study at the university... So, it seems, I'm in.

I've searched the Uni of Nottingham site on the net, but I want to know if anybody else has any other opinion of this place.

I live in the USA so I am not able to visit it to see what it's like.
 
 
11 February 2007 @ 08:43 am
Whose going to uni of Manchester '07? Raise your hands! Raise your hands! :D

x
 
 
10 February 2007 @ 04:39 pm
Have you had all of your decisions yet?

Have you been brave enough to select you firm and insurance choices?
 
 
04 February 2007 @ 09:05 am
Hi!  

Hi, I don't know whether or not this is the place to ask for advice, but I am applying for a scholarship and need help wrting a personal statement. I want to be a history teacher, I come form a very poor family, and I excel in high school. Any tips/openeing sentences/catch phrases i should start off with or include? Sorry in advance if this is not allowed.

 
 
26 January 2007 @ 03:11 pm
I just got an unconditional offer! I'm really happy and I just need to tell someone! Haha.

I'm kind of excited, but at the same time really sad to be leaving my current University. (I made people cry... I feel so bad.) But at least now I can go get some work experience somewhere more suited to me, and I have something to look forward to in October. I think I'm happy and it's the right decision. I just hope I don't regret it later.

But, unconditional! I remember when I was taking my A-levels thinking 'What the hell do you have to do to get an unconditional offer? How can someone be that special?'. Haha. And now I have one, I feel special. Special for dropping out of university...

To those of you taking your exams this year: good luck! And really don't worry so much. I worried loads. Remember, it's not a life or death situation. And even if you don't get into university, it's not the end of the world. I mean... I used to think it was, being brought up that way and going to such a good grammar school etc, but there's honestly no need to worry about it. At all.

Oh, and also! If anyone's worried about starting University... again: don't! I know everyone tells you that, but seriously, there's nothing to worry about. Everyone's in the same making-friends boat. And as far as I've heard from my friends at other universities as well as here, it's such a sociable place/time. You'll enjoy yourselves, I promise.

And for the record, I'm currently at Loughborough. I love it, I really do, I'm only leaving for a better course. Not because my course is bad, in fact, my department's got a pretty good reputation, I just don't want to do this for the next 3 years, let alone for a career once I graduate.

Right, I'm going back to jumping around my room with excitement now! And then I have to pack... I apologise if I haven't made much sense!