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I know for Ontario schools if you accept an offer at one university all the other ones find out. Does the same apply if you accept an offer at a school in the UK? Do Ontario schools find out? 

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I highly doubt it. As far as I can tell, Ontario schools know just because they are on a central application system (OLSAS). Schools outside of the system won't know who's accepted, and I can't imagine schools sending around class lists or putting in the effort to inquire about certain students. 

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If you're worried about being taken off a waitlist, etc., I wouldn't sweat it. I know a handful of people I met in 1L who actually had already straight up started at other schools but bailed on them when getting off the waitlist during the first week.

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On 7/17/2019 at 9:27 AM, Isabellas said:

I know for Ontario schools if you accept an offer at one university all the other ones find out. Does the same apply if you accept an offer at a school in the UK? Do Ontario schools find out? 

Not in a million years (or more)

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