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Member # 7643
|Posted March 07, 2004 04:55 PM |
I have seen from various responses that very few prople have actually succeeded in getting HSMP approved ,many others are either waiting for more that 12 weeks and still no response . Does Some body have an idea of how many people might have applied recently after point reduction , and how many might have been approved .
secondly what might be the value of reference number is it ncecessary that files are cleard as per that number since out of turn people on this board have actually received response eg Person with series say 120 has been approved and 100 waiting .
i am not able to really understand present situation based on responsed in this message board ..
Member # 7446
|Posted March 08, 2004 07:48 AM |
You are indeed touching an interesting topic iro statistics - which I have looking for high and low to no avail.
Further, the reference number simply means that - a reference and nothing more. However, I, for one, certainly believe with a little of luck one is able to gain more valuable information if one is resourceful (in a legal manner that is!).
Some applications are not straightforward - like degrees needing to be verified, etc.. hence longer in the process than someone with a straight forward application.
Member # 4428
|Posted March 09, 2004 06:04 PM |
Jay ...I think the reference number relates to the number of applications.
Member # 5984
|Posted March 09, 2004 06:47 PM |
Only the HSMP Team have the info you are after and it is of a confidential nature. You just have to be patient and wait for your application to be processed. You can contact them if you have not heard from them within their stated time frames. Responses with "my case number is x and I got approved on y date" are of no use anyway because applications are assessed on an individual basis. For example I might have submitted my case in Nov 2003 and got ref no 70,000 but because my application was incomplete it has just got resolved. Posting such on the board would mean that it takes 16 weeks to process an application which is misleading.
---audi alteram partem---
Member # 7446
|Posted March 10, 2004 08:15 AM |
Dip - I agree it refers to the number, however it adds no significant value to anyone, only to see the qty of applications presented to HSMP at Sheffield - remember apps can be turned back at Doncaster hence not even including that. :0
Kaya - I also agree with you ito confusing forum members, that's why I said earlier, a number is only a number - that's all.
Further, Kaya, once again you right - everyone's information is confidential - if you want to know more - just ask the right people and they give you your own info.
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