Ok, so we all know how torturous his waiting game is. I'm not gonna start another discussion of "When will we hear?"...because none of us know and we're not being told anything. However, I'm trying to remain optimistic by telling myself that no news is good news. I'd like to think that if the university was not still considering offering me a place - and so rejecting me regardless of funding - that they would've told me already and informed GTTR of it so that my application could go on to my next provider. My logic being: Say in the past years they've had funding for 20 students. It is unlikely that this will suddenly jump up to 30. So really I would expect them to be sitting with a shortlist of 20-25 people ready to send out acceptances once funding is finalised. So I like to think that I'm in their final shortlist! If after all this wait they inform me that I have not got a place, I expect that the other providers on my list will have filled their places too and so will not be starting in september (and couldn't afford to start the following year with the increased fees). If that's the case my first choice provider. GTTR, TDA, DfE and Michael Gove will all be getting complaint letters from me. Not writing the complaint letters yet - living in the positive and i really hope that no news is good news!