2013-2014 Cambridge applicants?


maew

Well, I cannot confirm that. I just told you what I have been told.

Well, I cannot confirm that. I just told you what I have been told.
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Alexkos

Thanks, maew! I was just speculating on that matter.

Thanks, maew! I was just speculating on that matter.
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llmguider

No news I assume? :)
Did anyone call or get an email?

No news I assume? :)
Did anyone call or get an email?
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No news I assume? :)
Did anyone call or get an email?


Nope. None. Nada. Zilch. I'm restraining myself from obsessively checking camsis and my email every hour or so. We need to chillax everyone :) The wait is almost over!

<blockquote>No news I assume? :)
Did anyone call or get an email?</blockquote>

Nope. None. Nada. Zilch. I'm restraining myself from obsessively checking camsis and my email every hour or so. We need to chillax everyone :) The wait is almost over!
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tzdl

Well, if Ms. Wade said "in a few days", literally it means at least 2 to 3 days. My wildest guss is that she probably meant within this week. Or she was just asking us to wait for an uncertain period..

Well, if Ms. Wade said "in a few days", literally it means at least 2 to 3 days. My wildest guss is that she probably meant within this week. Or she was just asking us to wait for an uncertain period..
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roma7603

At this point it's fairly obvious that accepted applicants have been notified. Obvious rejections have been notified also. They're just keeping a large middle-ground group to cover for the eventuality that accepted applicants decline their offers. Which probably happens, and leaves the door open for new acceptance notifications, but not many.

So, at this point it is probably best to relax and start focusing on plan Bs. No one can honestly be disappointed for being turned down by Cambridge.

At this point it's fairly obvious that accepted applicants have been notified. Obvious rejections have been notified also. They're just keeping a large middle-ground group to cover for the eventuality that accepted applicants decline their offers. Which probably happens, and leaves the door open for new acceptance notifications, but not many.

So, at this point it is probably best to relax and start focusing on plan Bs. No one can honestly be disappointed for being turned down by Cambridge.
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lakaria

At this point it's fairly obvious that accepted applicants have been notified. Obvious rejections have been notified also. They're just keeping a large middle-ground group to cover for the eventuality that accepted applicants decline their offers. Which probably happens, and leaves the door open for new acceptance notifications, but not many.

So, at this point it is probably best to relax and start focusing on plan Bs. No one can honestly be disappointed for being turned down by Cambridge.


I totally agree that Cambridge might have already informed those that had been either accepted or rejected, and those left over are in the middle-ground group. However, I think a large percentage of us will be really disappointed to be rejected by Cambridge.

<blockquote>At this point it's fairly obvious that accepted applicants have been notified. Obvious rejections have been notified also. They're just keeping a large middle-ground group to cover for the eventuality that accepted applicants decline their offers. Which probably happens, and leaves the door open for new acceptance notifications, but not many.

So, at this point it is probably best to relax and start focusing on plan Bs. No one can honestly be disappointed for being turned down by Cambridge.</blockquote>

I totally agree that Cambridge might have already informed those that had been either accepted or rejected, and those left over are in the middle-ground group. However, I think a large percentage of us will be really disappointed to be rejected by Cambridge.
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Yacgo

Do you think we are in some sort of waitlist?

Do you think we are in some sort of waitlist?
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carmeli

Just logged in to Camsis and found out I was unsuccessful. Although it's disappointing, I can finally stop checking camsis and the wait is over! Good luck to everyone still waiting

Just logged in to Camsis and found out I was unsuccessful. Although it's disappointing, I can finally stop checking camsis and the wait is over! Good luck to everyone still waiting
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imicha

same here. good luck to everyone who's still waiting!

same here. good luck to everyone who's still waiting!
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Same here - somehow my first class Cambridge degree did not suffice when endless 2.1s have. :/

I don't really care seeing as I got into Oxford (BCL) this year but I really don't know what they've done re admission this year.

To anyone who thinks they have been treated unfairly and care, I recommend you ask the faculty for an explanation - something very dodgy has gone on this year.

Same here - somehow my first class Cambridge degree did not suffice when endless 2.1s have. :/

I don't really care seeing as I got into Oxford (BCL) this year but I really don't know what they've done re admission this year.

To anyone who thinks they have been treated unfairly and care, I recommend you ask the faculty for an explanation - something very dodgy has gone on this year.
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Interesting, I only know of successful applicants with First Class degree, both UK and international. And in case of academic condition, current applicants also have to obtain first class results.

By the way, how long did it take for Trinity college to get back to you? As for me, it´s over a month and still nothing, kind of worried.

Interesting, I only know of successful applicants with First Class degree, both UK and international. And in case of academic condition, current applicants also have to obtain first class results.

By the way, how long did it take for Trinity college to get back to you? As for me, it´s over a month and still nothing, kind of worried.
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Alexkos

Just called the GAO and was told that my application was unsuccessful.. The camsis says awaiting consideration.. So LSE is then for me!

Good luck for all waiting:)

Just called the GAO and was told that my application was unsuccessful.. The camsis says awaiting consideration.. So LSE is then for me!

Good luck for all waiting:)
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tzdl

I've called GAO too. The man said that all offers of this course have been made. So anyone who has not received an offer has been rejected.....they just have not updated the status. This is horrible news. please call to double confirm.

I've called GAO too. The man said that all offers of this course have been made. So anyone who has not received an offer has been rejected.....they just have not updated the status. This is horrible news. please call to double confirm.
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llmguider

I've called GAO too. The man said that all offers of this course have been made. So anyone who has not received an offer has been rejected.....they just have not updated the status. This is horrible news. please call to double confirm.


T_T

too afraid to call..

<blockquote>I've called GAO too. The man said that all offers of this course have been made. So anyone who has not received an offer has been rejected.....they just have not updated the status. This is horrible news. please call to double confirm.</blockquote>

T_T

too afraid to call..
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Yacgo

I've called them too, but a woman said that there are few offers to be made and that they did not receive an answer on my application yet. I don't know if this is correct.

I've called them too, but a woman said that there are few offers to be made and that they did not receive an answer on my application yet. I don't know if this is correct.
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benton1

Granted I'm an American and don't fully understand the whole college system or this application system, it seems there is, at least, an overarching similarity amongst the posts in the past couple days: some applications are still being considered by the Law Faculty. I know someone said they called the GAO and some have called Ms. Wade with the Law Faculty. Assuming everyone is telling the truth, I'd have to believe the information that was given by Ms. Wade is likely accurate. After all, she is in the Law Faculty, not the GAO, and - from the way I understand the process - it is the Law Faculty that gives the decision as to whether someone is accepted or not.

In full disclosure, I am one of those whose status still says "Awaiting Consideration by Department", so, perhaps you could chalk it up to wishful thinking.

Granted I'm an American and don't fully understand the whole college system or this application system, it seems there is, at least, an overarching similarity amongst the posts in the past couple days: some applications are still being considered by the Law Faculty. I know someone said they called the GAO and some have called Ms. Wade with the Law Faculty. Assuming everyone is telling the truth, I'd have to believe the information that was given by Ms. Wade is likely accurate. After all, she is in the Law Faculty, not the GAO, and - from the way I understand the process - it is the Law Faculty that gives the decision as to whether someone is accepted or not.

In full disclosure, I am one of those whose status still says "Awaiting Consideration by Department", so, perhaps you could chalk it up to wishful thinking.
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mxfn

so far I haven't heard of anybody who got waitlisted
I don't know how they usually do it at Cambridge but wouldn't a waitlist make an awful lot of sense?
so maybe if you haven't heard anything it just means you haven't got an offer but doesn't necessarily mean you're rejected for good because you might still be waitlisted...
whatever, good luck to you all!

so far I haven't heard of anybody who got waitlisted
I don't know how they usually do it at Cambridge but wouldn't a waitlist make an awful lot of sense?
so maybe if you haven't heard anything it just means you haven't got an offer but doesn't necessarily mean you're rejected for good because you might still be waitlisted...
whatever, good luck to you all!
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maew

I just called Ms.Wade and asked her that;

Is it true that if I have not been contacted by the 15th of March, which I was told by a male graduate admission officer, it means I was rejected? She said that it is completely not true, it simply means that my application is being considered.

I just called Ms.Wade and asked her that;

Is it true that if I have not been contacted by the 15th of March, which I was told by a male graduate admission officer, it means I was rejected? She said that it is completely not true, it simply means that my application is being considered.
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I wonder how many phone calls Ms. Wade has answered so far!

P.S.: My status is also "awainting consideration..."

I wonder how many phone calls Ms. Wade has answered so far!

P.S.: My status is also "awainting consideration..."
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