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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    If you leave the offer there, does that mean you decline it?

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    so i got an "H" in one of my preferences in the main round letter, and changed it to my 1st before the deadline for late round, but didnt get a late round offer. did the H actually mean that i would've gotten that course if i made it my first pref in the main? or i am i mistaken

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by gunner94 View Post
    If you leave the offer there, does that mean you decline it?
    Hi gunner,

    If you don’t accept your offer by the specified date, the offer will lapse and your position at university will be offered to someone else in the Final Round.

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Hey UACInfo, I've accepted and enrolled into my main round offer but have just received a late round offer at another institution. If I accept and enrol in my new offer does that mean I forfeit my main round offer?

    Thanks.

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by fuggu1 View Post
    so i got an "H" in one of my preferences in the main round letter, and changed it to my 1st before the deadline for late round, but didnt get a late round offer. did the H actually mean that i would've gotten that course if i made it my first pref in the main? or i am i mistaken
    Hi fuggu,

    Your best bet is to speak to someone at UAC's customer service team. Give them a buzz on 02 9752 0200 from 8.30am tomorrow and they'll be able to give you advice based on your specific circumstances.

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by asparagus View Post
    Hey UACInfo, I've accepted and enrolled into my main round offer but have just received a late round offer at another institution. If I accept and enrol in my new offer does that mean I forfeit my main round offer?

    Thanks.
    Not necessarily if it's at different universities. You'll usually have to inform the uni for your main round offer that you want to withdraw. It's not automatic.

    In the case of both being at the same uni, most unis won't allow you to be enrolled in two of their degrees at once.
    Last edited by Selador; 1 Feb 2012 at 10:02 PM.

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by asparagus View Post
    Hey UACInfo, I've accepted and enrolled into my main round offer but have just received a late round offer at another institution. If I accept and enrol in my new offer does that mean I forfeit my main round offer?

    Thanks.
    HI asparagus,

    @dittoo is correct.

    If you've received an offer in the Main Round and accepted it, and then received an offer in the Late Round, you can either keep your previous offer and not accept your new offer or withdraw from your previous offer and accept your new offer.

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Hey UACINFO,

    Is it possible to accept my late round offer at USYD. I have already enrolled at UNSW for my main round offer. Is it possible to unenroll at UNSW.
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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    hey UAC how can the cut-off for b commerce at UNSW possibly jump up to 99.95???

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by krnofdrg View Post
    Hey UACINFO,

    Is it possible to accept my late round offer at USYD. I have already enrolled at UNSW for my main round offer. Is it possible to unenroll at UNSW.
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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Can you still be considered for late rounds if you accepted your first offer which was your first preference but you left it as your first preference and didn't change it ?

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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by xkarmax View Post
    Can you still be considered for late rounds if you accepted your first offer which was your first preference but you left it as your first preference and didn't change it ?
    No. You had to put the other preferences in front for them to be considered.


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    Re: FAQ: Late Round Offers

    Quote Originally Posted by mnmaa View Post
    hey UAC how can the cut-off for b commerce at UNSW possibly jump up to 99.95???
    For a popular course like that there would have been very few places on offer this round. So few that once those with 99.95 received an offer there were no more places left. Hence the cut-off.
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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    As it is probably too late to get into a course this semester maybe you can start looking at midyear intakes.
    Last year applications for midyear intakes started around May but you should check http://www.uac.edu.au/ and maybe sign up for their newsletters so you can be notified when applications open.

    Check the uac facebook site http://www.facebook.com/universities...centre?sk=wall

    TAFE dates in NSW'
    https://www.tafensw.edu.au/about/calendar/

    Most universities will have a page on their website indicating alternative pathways and any advanced standing you may get for prior study eg UWS has information at http://uws.clients.squiz.net/site/fu...athways-to-uws
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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    I'd highly recommend the TAFE to uni route. I got into usyd this way.

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    If I have the money I would like to try this Languages Certificates and Diplomas at MQ focusing on Egyptian hieroglyphs. I find Egypt's history very fascinating. My world would be better if I can understand those scribbles I mean symbols they wrote in the year AD and BC.

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    Hi. im in yr 11. if i dont do my hsc, how can i get into uni? i want to study teaching.

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    you could do a bridging course. my sister just did her hsc but couldn't complete enough subjects for the atar and she wants to be a teacher. she's going to do a dip of arts at SIBT then go into BA of arts-education at macquarie. maybe you could look into that.

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    Is there any particular reason you don't want to or cannot do the HSC. It would probably be the least expensive way to get into university.

    Check out doing the hsc at TAFE https://www.tafensw.edu.au/howex/ser...coursesResults

    Also check out the website of the University you wish to attend. They will have a page showing the alternative pathways to their university.

    For examples UWS has
    Alternative Pathways to University
    http://future.uws.edu.au/future_stud...athways-to-uws

    and
    Course Decision Day http://future.uws.edu.au/future_stud...e_decision_day
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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    Quote Originally Posted by sarahclar View Post
    Hi. im in yr 11. if i dont do my hsc, how can i get into uni? i want to study teaching.
    If you are in year 11 and want to go to uni, why not just do your hsc?
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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    Don't forget that you can also do four subjects through Open Universities Australia (distance ed), which will get you right into a degree and take a semester off the course. I'm not sure it works for all subjects, but it definitely works for Arts subjects, teaching, etc. I don't see why it wouldn't work for law etc. www.open.edu.au
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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    If you are concerned about getting into the course that is your main choice it is a good idea to make sure you have filled in ALL nine options.

    It is a very good idea to watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIiyr...yer_detailpage

    and check out information at

    http://www.uac.edu.au/undergraduate/offers/


    One alternative pathway is UWSCollege

    You can find out more by visiting their stand at the UWS Course Decision Day

    http://www.uws.edu.au/home/events/uw...e_decision_day

    or attending their drop in sessions listed at

    http://uwscollege.edu.au/mypathmychoice#1

    You can read about their diplomas, which are equivalent to first year uni at

    http://uwscollege.edu.au/course/local/diplomas

    or foundations studies at

    http://uwscollege.edu.au/course/loca...dation_studies

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    If you are concerned that your ATAR may not allow you to get into say UWS you should change your preferences to include the diploma by midnight on Fri 4 Jan for consideration in the Main Round

    You can check last years ATAR for UWS and then scroll down the page to see the diplomas (which are equivalent to the 1st year of uni) offered in the different discipline areas.

    http://www4.uac.edu.au/wap/ug13.aspx...n+Sydney&uais=

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    There is useful advice that can be downloaded on the UAC site

    Go to http://www.uac.edu.au/undergraduate/ and download the the UAC 'how to' Guide.

    See the UAC numbers for the UWSCollege at
    http://www.uwscollege.edu.au/course/local/diplomas

    or start with the home page at http://www.uwscollege.edu.au/

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    Re: Alternative pathways to your desired university degree

    Quote Originally Posted by 124 View Post
    is insearch or sibt better

    they both guarantee entry into 2nd year after completion of diploma with sufficient marks right?
    Afaik, yes. Depends entirely on whether you want to go to UTS or Macquarie.
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