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PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2008 9:04 pm 
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My DD fell short of 21 marks to be deemed selected, we were all expecting her to pass for vr 113 maths 99 and english 97 a totlal of 505, have subitted a reveiw as school are strongly supporting her. She would like to go to fort pitt. My question is that if she fails her review and i would like to appeal, do i enter fort pitt as number 1 preference on the form, and then followed by Thomas avaling? OR can i enter thomas avaling first and then fort pitt and still be able to appeal? I'm so confused!!


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I think Belinda is right. You need to list Fort Pitt FIRST then Thomas Aveling IF that is your true preference. If you get through appeal then they will consider FP as your first choice, if not then Thomas Aveling becomes your first choice as the FP will be not applicable.

Good luck. :)


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 12, 2008 2:44 pm 
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Many Thanks


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