Does the parable of the 10 virgins teach a second chance of salvation after the Rapture?

Does this teach a second chance of salvation after the Rapture? (Matthew 25:1-13)

Perhaps the question comes from the suggestion of the wise virgins that the foolish go to buy oil. Both classes are Jews who are waiting for the coming of the Bridegroom, the Son of Man returning with His Bride, the Church. The Lord does not give us their history (as to whether they had heard the gospel before the Rapture), but he does give us their heritage. They had the Old Testament prophetic Scriptures to assure them of the Lord’s return to earth in keeping with the signs, the times, and seasons. The issue of a second chance after the Rapture is not in this passage.

D. Oliver