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What does ''stop'' mean??

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by Ham_1, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. I just logged on to track and my decision has STOP underneath it. Is that me being declined then?? I am getting really fed up with the whole process. 5 applications, one interview, 2 days in school with an interview dependent on the outcome of those two days (still no feedback from those two days in Nov either!) and still I do not know what I will be doing come Sept.
    Very mardy!

    Ham.
     
  2. I just logged on to track and my decision has STOP underneath it. Is that me being declined then?? I am getting really fed up with the whole process. 5 applications, one interview, 2 days in school with an interview dependent on the outcome of those two days (still no feedback from those two days in Nov either!) and still I do not know what I will be doing come Sept.
    Very mardy!

    Ham.
     
  3. lol55

    lol55 New commenter

    Don't be mardi!!! It happened to a friend. Check out the link below which will explain it. It probs just means that what with all the changes happening the uni need a biiiit more time!!!
    Good luck :D
    http://www.gttr.ac.uk/students/track/faqs/general/stop
     

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