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Anyone understand the VTAC offer system?
I'm confused!


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#1 againagain

Posted 23 January 2013 - 11:06 AM

So I applied for a few courses late last year, still not really sure what on earth I wanted to do, but it would be the last year my STAT results would be valid so I thought I might as well get into something even if I defer.

ANyway I got an early round offer for Monash but my circumstances had changed and that course really didn't suit me so I followed the instructions and ignored the enrolment stuff. It said to do nothing if you didn't want to accept the offer.

I also rearranged my preferences so something else was at #1 for the first round offers. I once again got an offer for my first preference this time at La Trobe.

Anyway I have been receiving emails from Monash about congrats, come to this, come to that etc, which I thought was probably default. But today they ring me (I could hardly hear, bacd phone reception) and she was trying to get me in touch with others at Monash to meet people and stuff...or something? I said I didn't accept the offer and she was like yes, go ahead and accept the offer, call us if you need us blah blah.

SO what's going on? Are they expecting me to turn up somewhere? I can't find anything that says I should have called or declined or anything, it just said don't do anything to decline.

#2 DressageQueen

Posted 23 January 2013 - 02:01 PM

If you don't accept and enrol than nothing happens. They're chasing you up because you've been given an offer and probably still have time to enrol. Just ignore them and enrol where you want to study.




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