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  1. I am trying to print out a list of student preferernces similar to examples from previous years, which names the institution and course. An electronic copy with codes will take me hours and hours of work to see what particular preferences an individual student has.How can I print out a copy which identifies this?

    • Dear Warwick
      You can access the preference file using the format you have in previous years. Instructions on how to do so have been emailed to you. This will include the institution and course information you are looking for.

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