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University admissions advice please?

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Chocolatelover106 Wed 02-Oct-19 09:54:54

Hello, I wonder if someone can answer this for me please?

If my DS applies now through UCAS for a normal course (not early admissions or anything) would his application be considered soon for a possible offer, or would it just wait until after the January deadline with all of them?

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aibutohavethisusername Wed 02-Oct-19 10:30:49

It really would depend on the university. Some will give offers soon and others would wait until January.

ifonly4 Wed 02-Oct-19 10:35:58

Every uni will be different. Some will hear back from all five unis within a couple of weeks. DD applied in October, her offers came back at roughly three, eight, thirteen, sixteen and twenty one weeks. Her last was from Durham who are known for a long wait, but her first two were from ones renouned for making offers in January (and she had hers much earlier and well before any of her friends).

LIZS Wed 02-Oct-19 10:37:51

Some consider as they come in , others in batches. Dd had all her offers by January this year.

Shimy Wed 02-Oct-19 14:39:35

Depends on the university. DS applied in November and had 4 of his offers by Xmas.

Chocolatelover106 Wed 02-Oct-19 15:10:35

Thank you for the replies, really useful, I don't suppose anyone knows what they do at Hull University?

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Ironoaks Wed 02-Oct-19 15:45:13

Each subject department handles their own admissions, so it varies by subject as well as by university.

Chocolatelover106 Wed 02-Oct-19 16:05:39

Ah, okay thank you!

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bigbluebus Wed 02-Oct-19 16:14:33

chocolate DS is at Hull but he applied post A levels so got a quick unconditional offer. Not sure what it's like pre A levels but he didn't need an interview for his subject.

HugoSpritz Thu 03-Oct-19 22:13:13

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BubblesBuddy Fri 04-Oct-19 10:09:35

You can wait until April for offers. So one not getting back means nothing at this stage. Early closing hadn’t closed yet either.

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