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M.lus

Well it seems we will indeed have to wait over the weekend to be rejected next week, haha!


This is a silly process. I know things are disrupted at the moment but surely it can’t take all weekend to send an automated rejection email :/

[quote]Well it seems we will indeed have to wait over the weekend to be rejected next week, haha! [/quote]

This is a silly process. I know things are disrupted at the moment but surely it can’t take all weekend to send an automated rejection email :/
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M.lus

Hello!

I have given the admissions team a call earlier today. They told me that the person in charge of releasing the results is working remotely from home but will probably release all the results by this Friday.

She also mentioned that they will separate the results into two batches (offers and rejection, I reckon) and everything within that batch will be released all at once.

Good luck!


Do we think this means that there’s been some kind of disruption, if they were planning to release all the results by Friday and clearly the rejections haven’t gone out yet?

[quote]Hello!

I have given the admissions team a call earlier today. They told me that the person in charge of releasing the results is working remotely from home but will probably release all the results by this Friday.

She also mentioned that they will separate the results into two batches (offers and rejection, I reckon) and everything within that batch will be released all at once.

Good luck![/quote]

Do we think this means that there’s been some kind of disruption, if they were planning to release all the results by Friday and clearly the rejections haven’t gone out yet?
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dp2213

To offer holders: how many people in the "official" FB group?

[Edited by dp2213 on Mar 20, 2020]

To offer holders: how many people in the "official" FB group?
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Leni2912

Luckily, I have recieved an offer for the MJur !

However, I am a bit confused about the academic condition. It only says : "Successful completion of your First State Exam". Does this mean I only have to pass? The First State Exam is the most important exam during my studies and usually universities demand a certain grade in their offers (f.e. Cambridge, Trinity).
Does anybody have experience with that ? Is the offer we recieved final or is it possible that the academic condition is specified or thightened later?

Luckily, I have recieved an offer for the MJur !

However, I am a bit confused about the academic condition. It only says : "Successful completion of your First State Exam". Does this mean I only have to pass? The First State Exam is the most important exam during my studies and usually universities demand a certain grade in their offers (f.e. Cambridge, Trinity).
Does anybody have experience with that ? Is the offer we recieved final or is it possible that the academic condition is specified or thightened later?
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M.lus

Luckily, I have recieved an offer for the MJur !

However, I am a bit confused about the academic condition. It only says : "Successful completion of your First State Exam". Does this mean I only have to pass? The First State Exam is the most important exam during my studies and usually universities demand a certain grade in their offers (f.e. Cambridge, Trinity).
Does anybody have experience with that ? Is the offer we recieved final or is it possible that the academic condition is specified or thightened later?


Congrats! Did you just get the offer through now?

[quote]Luckily, I have recieved an offer for the MJur !

However, I am a bit confused about the academic condition. It only says : "Successful completion of your First State Exam". Does this mean I only have to pass? The First State Exam is the most important exam during my studies and usually universities demand a certain grade in their offers (f.e. Cambridge, Trinity).
Does anybody have experience with that ? Is the offer we recieved final or is it possible that the academic condition is specified or thightened later?[/quote]

Congrats! Did you just get the offer through now?
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M.lus

To offer holders: how many people in the "official" FB group?


Don’t know if significant but the official FB group seems to be inaccessible: the link is broken and I can’t find it just by searching for it either.

[quote]To offer holders: how many people in the "official" FB group?[/quote]

Don’t know if significant but the official FB group seems to be inaccessible: the link is broken and I can’t find it just by searching for it either.
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Leni2912

Luckily, I have recieved an offer for the MJur !

However, I am a bit confused about the academic condition. It only says : "Successful completion of your First State Exam". Does this mean I only have to pass? The First State Exam is the most important exam during my studies and usually universities demand a certain grade in their offers (f.e. Cambridge, Trinity).
Does anybody have experience with that ? Is the offer we recieved final or is it possible that the academic condition is specified or thightened later?


Congrats! Did you just get the offer through now?



No, yesterday at 1.46 pm. Sorry to disappoint all of you still waiting. Good luck!

[quote][quote]Luckily, I have recieved an offer for the MJur !

However, I am a bit confused about the academic condition. It only says : "Successful completion of your First State Exam". Does this mean I only have to pass? The First State Exam is the most important exam during my studies and usually universities demand a certain grade in their offers (f.e. Cambridge, Trinity).
Does anybody have experience with that ? Is the offer we recieved final or is it possible that the academic condition is specified or thightened later?[/quote]

Congrats! Did you just get the offer through now?[/quote]


No, yesterday at 1.46 pm. Sorry to disappoint all of you still waiting. Good luck!
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Hey, anyone applying to the DPhil? Also heard back yesterday re: the full time, but was wondering if decisions for the part time had also been made...

Hey, anyone applying to the DPhil? Also heard back yesterday re: the full time, but was wondering if decisions for the part time had also been made...
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Those still awaiting a decision on their BCL application heard anything?

Those still awaiting a decision on their BCL application heard anything?
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jenice



Hey Jenice, that link is not working for me - same problem as the Oxford link

I'm sorry about that... I guess we are just gonna join the Whatsapp group in this thread

[quote][quote]https://www.facebook.com/groups/2559699807604035/?ref=share
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Hey Jenice, that link is not working for me - same problem as the Oxford link [/quote]
I'm sorry about that... I guess we are just gonna join the Whatsapp group in this thread
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M.lus

Those still awaiting a decision on their BCL application heard anything?


Nope but tbh I think I know what the answer is at this point

[quote]Those still awaiting a decision on their BCL application heard anything?[/quote]

Nope but tbh I think I know what the answer is at this point
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Inactive User

You can always email and ask them. Anyone else from India received an offer?

You can always email and ask them. Anyone else from India received an offer?
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M.lus

I’ve emailed to ask about results but no reply so far.

I’ve emailed to ask about results but no reply so far.
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You can always email and ask them. Anyone else from India received an offer?


I did on 19th

[quote]You can always email and ask them. Anyone else from India received an offer?[/quote]

I did on 19th
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You can always email and ask them. Anyone else from India received an offer?


I came across two BCL offer-holders from India as of now.

[quote]You can always email and ask them. Anyone else from India received an offer?[/quote]

I came across two BCL offer-holders from India as of now.
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pitor

so it all points towards a conclusion that Monday is the Rejection Day? :(

so it all points towards a conclusion that Monday is the Rejection Day? :(
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M.lus

so it all points towards a conclusion that Monday is the Rejection Day? :(


I think so :(
It’s weird because usually they release the offers across 2 days but they didn’t this year.

[quote]so it all points towards a conclusion that Monday is the Rejection Day? :([/quote]

I think so :(
It’s weird because usually they release the offers across 2 days but they didn’t this year.
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pitor

well, sad as it is, it's not like there is no competition to get in :)

we will be fine after a couple of days haha

well, sad as it is, it's not like there is no competition to get in :)

we will be fine after a couple of days haha
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Finarfin

Would it be sound to try again next year if one wasn’t even waitlisted this time? What do you think?

I still think it is rather tactless of them to issue rejections several days after issuing offers. I applied six months ago.
Oh well.

Would it be sound to try again next year if one wasn’t even waitlisted this time? What do you think?

I still think it is rather tactless of them to issue rejections several days after issuing offers. I applied six months ago.
Oh well.
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M.lus

Would it be sound to try again next year if one wasn’t even waitlisted this time? What do you think?

I still think it is rather tactless of them to issue rejections several days after issuing offers. I applied six months ago.
Oh well.


I’d say it depends on whether you’re still an undergraduate and will have graduated by the time you reapply, as they seem to prefer candidates with degrees already in the bag.
I’m thinking of giving it another shot next year for this reason. On the other hand, I know someone who applied and had an absolutely flawless CV/academic record and is still (presumably) getting rejected on Monday. At this level of competition there’s always an element of luck :(

[quote]Would it be sound to try again next year if one wasn’t even waitlisted this time? What do you think?

I still think it is rather tactless of them to issue rejections several days after issuing offers. I applied six months ago.
Oh well. [/quote]

I’d say it depends on whether you’re still an undergraduate and will have graduated by the time you reapply, as they seem to prefer candidates with degrees already in the bag.
I’m thinking of giving it another shot next year for this reason. On the other hand, I know someone who applied and had an absolutely flawless CV/academic record and is still (presumably) getting rejected on Monday. At this level of competition there’s always an element of luck :(
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