Oxford 2023-2024 BCL/MSCs/MJUR/MPHIL/MLF Applicants


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As BCL/MJur decisions will probably be released between Wednesday and Friday next week, the button is likely to start disappearing between Tuesday and Thursday.



My guess is results will be out the day after the button disappears


So I guess we’ll get to know before the 17th. Right on schedule with what they said on the website.


British punctuality

[quote][quote]As BCL/MJur decisions will probably be released between Wednesday and Friday next week, the button is likely to start disappearing between Tuesday and Thursday.<br><br><br><br>My guess is results will be out the day after the button disappears [/quote]<br><br>So I guess we’ll get to know before the 17th. Right on schedule with what they said on the website. [/quote]<br><br>British punctuality
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LuckyBirdP...

As BCL/MJur decisions will probably be released between Wednesday and Friday next week, the button is likely to start disappearing between Tuesday and Thursday.



My guess is results will be out the day after the button disappears


So I guess we’ll get to know before the 17th. Right on schedule with what they said on the website.


British punctuality


the Cambridge experience was different though lol

[quote][quote][quote]As BCL/MJur decisions will probably be released between Wednesday and Friday next week, the button is likely to start disappearing between Tuesday and Thursday.<br><br><br><br>My guess is results will be out the day after the button disappears [/quote]<br><br>So I guess we’ll get to know before the 17th. Right on schedule with what they said on the website. [/quote]<br><br>British punctuality [/quote]<br><br>the Cambridge experience was different though lol
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Phoenix1

Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!

[Edited by Phoenix1 on Jun 11, 2023]

[quote]Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!<br> [/quote]<br>
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Pmoonie

Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!


Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.

Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford?

Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.



Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge.

[quote][quote]Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!<br> [/quote]<br><br>Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.<br><br>Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford? <br><br>Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br>Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge.
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LuckyBirdP...

Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!


Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.

Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford?

Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.


I personally know one person. She believes it’s because the BCL application gives the applicant more leeway to showcase their analytical abilities through written work… so don’t worry! Let’s stay positive, we’re all in this together:)

[quote][quote]Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!<br> [/quote]<br><br>Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.<br><br>Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford? <br><br>Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.<br> [/quote]<br><br>I personally know one person. She believes it’s because the BCL application gives the applicant more leeway to showcase their analytical abilities through written work… so don’t worry! Let’s stay positive, we’re all in this together:)
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clairedebl...

Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!


Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.

Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford?

Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.



Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge.


I don't want to sound like an internet stalker, but I've done some research on previous threads for the peace of my mind. There are at least two or (rarely) three people who rejected by Cambridge and accepted by Oxford every year.

Hope is like a feather. But we should have it because why not? Moreover, Oxford requires a written work, one more referee, and a shorter personal statement. It's not the same application we sent to Cambridge, so I personally think Cambridge's decision is not the final verdict.

Sure, both universities share the same standard and requirement (e.g. top grades, class rank, etc.), but it is an academic course; thus, the written work is significant to showcase one's ability. If one has a top notch written work, I think they are more likely to compete with others who share the same qualifications and already got Cambridge's offers. They have different assessment team and may have their own criteria. I think that's why they request a written work in the first place.

I may sound too optimistic, but it help soothe my mind until the decision come out. LOL After that, I will have my weighted anxiety blanket and love-hate relationship with my job with me. And I will try again next year. Best of luck to everyone. Keep hope alive.

edit: Thank you @Luckybirdpoo I saw your thread after I posted mine. That's what I think too! You gave me hope. :D

[Edited by clairedeblue on Mar 10, 2023]

[quote][quote][quote]Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!<br> [/quote]<br><br>Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.<br><br>Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford? <br><br>Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br>Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge. [/quote]<br><br>I don't want to sound like an internet stalker, but I've done some research on previous threads for the peace of my mind.&nbsp;There are at least two or (rarely) three people who rejected by Cambridge and accepted by Oxford every year.<br><br>Hope is like a feather. But we should have it because why not? Moreover, Oxford requires a written work, one more referee, and a shorter personal statement. It's not the same application we sent to Cambridge, so I personally think Cambridge's decision is not the final verdict.<br><br>Sure, both universities share the same standard and requirement (e.g. top grades, class rank, etc.), but it is an academic course; thus, the written work is significant to showcase one's ability. If one has a top notch written work, I think they are more likely to compete with others who share the same qualifications and already got Cambridge's offers. They have different assessment team and may have their own criteria. I think that's why they request a written work in the first place.<br><br>I may sound too optimistic, but it help soothe my mind until the decision come out. LOL After that, I will have my weighted anxiety blanket and love-hate relationship with my job with me. And I will try again next year. Best of luck to everyone. Keep hope alive.<br><br>edit: Thank you @Luckybirdpoo I saw your thread after I posted mine. That's what I think too! You gave me hope. :D
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Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.

Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford?

Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.



Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge.


I don't want to sound like an internet stalker, but I've done some research on previous threads for the peace of my mind. There are at least two or (rarely) three people who rejected by Cambridge and accepted by Oxford every year.

Hope is like a feather. But we should have it because why not? Moreover, Oxford requires a written work, one more referee, and a shorter personal statement. It's not the same application we sent to Cambridge, so I personally think Cambridge's decision is not the final verdict.

Sure, both universities share the same standard and requirement (e.g. top grades, class rank, etc.), but it is an academic course; thus, the written work is significant to showcase one's ability. If one has a top notch written work, I think they are more likely to compete with others who share the same qualifications and already got Cambridge's offers. They have different assessment team and may have their own criteria. I think that's why they request a written work in the first place.

I may sound too optimistic, but it help soothe my mind until the decision come out. LOL After that, I will have my weighted anxiety blanket and love-hate relationship with my job with me. And I will try again next year. Best of luck to everyone. Keep hope alive.

edit: Thank you @Luckybirdpoo I saw your thread after I posted mine. That's what I think too! You gave me hope. :D




MLF applicant here - the magic button disappeared yesterday. Fingers crossed for whenever the results are out. When should we expect them?

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!<br> [/quote]<br><br>Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.<br><br>Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford? <br><br>Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br>Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge. [/quote]<br><br>I don't want to sound like an internet stalker, but I've done some research on previous threads for the peace of my mind.&nbsp;There are at least two or (rarely) three people who rejected by Cambridge and accepted by Oxford every year.<br><br>Hope is like a feather. But we should have it because why not? Moreover, Oxford requires a written work, one more referee, and a shorter personal statement. It's not the same application we sent to Cambridge, so I personally think Cambridge's decision is not the final verdict.<br><br>Sure, both universities share the same standard and requirement (e.g. top grades, class rank, etc.), but it is an academic course; thus, the written work is significant to showcase one's ability. If one has a top notch written work, I think they are more likely to compete with others who share the same qualifications and already got Cambridge's offers. They have different assessment team and may have their own criteria. I think that's why they request a written work in the first place.<br><br>I may sound too optimistic, but it help soothe my mind until the decision come out. LOL After that, I will have my weighted anxiety blanket and love-hate relationship with my job with me. And I will try again next year. Best of luck to everyone. Keep hope alive.<br><br>edit: Thank you @Luckybirdpoo I saw your thread after I posted mine. That's what I think too! You gave me hope. :D [/quote]<br><br><br><br>MLF applicant here - the magic button disappeared yesterday. Fingers crossed for whenever the results are out. When should we expect them?
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LuckyBirdP...



Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.

Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford?

Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.



Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge.


I don't want to sound like an internet stalker, but I've done some research on previous threads for the peace of my mind. There are at least two or (rarely) three people who rejected by Cambridge and accepted by Oxford every year.

Hope is like a feather. But we should have it because why not? Moreover, Oxford requires a written work, one more referee, and a shorter personal statement. It's not the same application we sent to Cambridge, so I personally think Cambridge's decision is not the final verdict.

Sure, both universities share the same standard and requirement (e.g. top grades, class rank, etc.), but it is an academic course; thus, the written work is significant to showcase one's ability. If one has a top notch written work, I think they are more likely to compete with others who share the same qualifications and already got Cambridge's offers. They have different assessment team and may have their own criteria. I think that's why they request a written work in the first place.

I may sound too optimistic, but it help soothe my mind until the decision come out. LOL After that, I will have my weighted anxiety blanket and love-hate relationship with my job with me. And I will try again next year. Best of luck to everyone. Keep hope alive.

edit: Thank you @Luckybirdpoo I saw your thread after I posted mine. That's what I think too! You gave me hope. :D


Aw no worries! We’ll receive good news ♥️ No harm in having a bit of faith. 

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Eventually crawled out from my weighted anxiety blanket after being rejected by Cambridge. Mjur applicant here. Best of luck to everyone!<br> [/quote]<br><br>Same here. Though I'm trying not to up my hopes post the Cambridge disappointment.<br><br>Is it common, by any chance, or even heard of, for people to get get rejected by Cambridge but get an offer from Oxford? <br><br>Just trying to figure out if I should bother keeping track of the magic button thing at all.<br> [/quote]<br><br><br>Hii i am in the same boat here with the same questions....i don't want to hope because i haven't really heard of anyone getting into oxford after rejection from cambridge. [/quote]<br><br>I don't want to sound like an internet stalker, but I've done some research on previous threads for the peace of my mind.&nbsp;There are at least two or (rarely) three people who rejected by Cambridge and accepted by Oxford every year.<br><br>Hope is like a feather. But we should have it because why not? Moreover, Oxford requires a written work, one more referee, and a shorter personal statement. It's not the same application we sent to Cambridge, so I personally think Cambridge's decision is not the final verdict.<br><br>Sure, both universities share the same standard and requirement (e.g. top grades, class rank, etc.), but it is an academic course; thus, the written work is significant to showcase one's ability. If one has a top notch written work, I think they are more likely to compete with others who share the same qualifications and already got Cambridge's offers. They have different assessment team and may have their own criteria. I think that's why they request a written work in the first place.<br><br>I may sound too optimistic, but it help soothe my mind until the decision come out. LOL After that, I will have my weighted anxiety blanket and love-hate relationship with my job with me. And I will try again next year. Best of luck to everyone. Keep hope alive.<br><br>edit: Thank you @Luckybirdpoo I saw your thread after I posted mine. That's what I think too! You gave me hope. :D [/quote]<br><br>Aw no worries! We’ll receive good news ♥️ No harm in having a bit of faith.&nbsp;
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giga_bot94

Results are out for MLF! Received a conditional offer :) Good luck to all those waiting - I hope we all make it! 

Results are out for MLF! Received a conditional offer :) Good luck to all those waiting - I hope we all make it!&nbsp;
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Results are out for MLF! Received a conditional offer :) Good luck to all those waiting - I hope we all make it! 


Aaah the time's here. Congratulations!!! Hoping the very best for all ❤️❤️

[quote]Results are out for MLF! Received a conditional offer :) Good luck to all those waiting - I hope we all make it!&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Aaah the time's here. Congratulations!!! Hoping the very best for all ❤️❤️
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vago

Check your email guys! Just got an offer for the MLF. Good luck everyone 1f609

Check your email guys! Just got an offer for the MLF. Good luck everyone&nbsp;:wink:
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LawWizard

Just got my (conditional) offer. Any other Germans with an offer? 

Just got my (conditional) offer. Any other Germans with an offer?&nbsp;
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LuckyBirdP...

Results are out for MLF! Received a conditional offer :) Good luck to all those waiting - I hope we all make it! 

wow! So happy for you!!!

[quote]Results are out for MLF! Received a conditional offer :) Good luck to all those waiting - I hope we all make it!&nbsp; [/quote]<br>wow! So happy for you!!!
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Noahhhh33

Hello everyone
Congratulations for MLF offers. I have made a Whatsapp group for the incoming MLF batch. Please join at: https://chat.whatsapp.com/BEtzhr9txNjKmyKpHtSjES 

Hello everyone<br>Congratulations for MLF offers. I have made a Whatsapp group for the incoming MLF batch. Please join at: https://chat.whatsapp.com/BEtzhr9txNjKmyKpHtSjES&nbsp;
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Vastra

My button disappeared today and just received an offer. Good luck to everyone! 

My button disappeared today and just received an offer. Good luck to everyone!&nbsp;
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Pmoonie

Congratulations!!

Congratulations!!
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Templeman2...

Congratulations to everyone receiving offers today! What conditions have they imposed on you all? (BCL applicant here) 

Congratulations to everyone receiving offers today! What conditions have they imposed on you all? (BCL applicant here)&nbsp;
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LuckyBirdP...

BCL/MJur family, any button disappearances?

BCL/MJur family, any button disappearances?
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giga_bot94

Congratulations to everyone receiving offers today! What conditions have they imposed on you all? (BCL applicant here) 


Only that I get my undergrad University to submit my transcript electronically by July. :)

[quote]Congratulations to everyone receiving offers today! What conditions have they imposed on you all? (BCL applicant here)&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Only that I get my undergrad University to submit my transcript electronically by July. :)
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caighdean

BCL/MJur family, any button disappearances?


Nope, still there - I suspect we will be waiting until next Thursday.

[quote]BCL/MJur family, any button disappearances? [/quote]<br><br>Nope, still there - I suspect we will be waiting until next Thursday.
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