Sorry for the late replies, med's alright, it's not actually my top concern atm. I'm very busy with work, and community commitments, etc.
Hmm, i've never heard of that before. Two of my friends have applied 3 times, done umat 3 timess and have been rejected 3 times. Anyways, there are no rules about it and they cannot discriminate against you in that way, it's unethical. I think lyndal is just trying to get people to consider over avenues or for people to sit GAMSAT, etc.
Hey woozy, there is a small statement in the UWS rejection email that hints of them only considering applicants who have only done the UMAT a maximum of two times.
As you know I have done it twice now. Do you think you can ask someone and get back to me about this? Cheers