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    468
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    5.44%
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    (Original post by ToastiestZombie)
    This is making me nervous. All these people with unconditional or emails pointing to that and I've had nothing on my email or Track. These three days are going to be hell.
    2 days and 6 hours
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    (Original post by greenmath)
    Anyones offer been changed to unconditional here?! I've seen a few people that firmed Reading have heard back - makes me nervous because that's my firm and I haven't heard anything
    All the leaked emails I've seen so far for Reading (only 2 screenshots) have been for Psychology so it looks like it might just be one department messed up.

    I'm trying to get an answer from their TSR rep (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...8#post66948838 ) Looks like they chose a bad day to pay TSR to be featured university https://twitter.com/thestudentroom/s...71342509432832
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    (Original post by ToastiestZombie)
    This is making me nervous. All these people with unconditional or emails pointing to that and I've had nothing on my email or Track. These three days are going to be hell.
    It only looks like a breach in one department/course at Reading and maybe something (hearsay so far) around accommodation at Gloucestershire so far.

    Embargo breaches are rare.
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    (Original post by chemstudent314)
    same
    Ha, same here. Put down Colum Hall as my second choice, though I do hope I get my first.

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    2 days and 6 hours
    Close enough, especially since 6 hours feels like a day with how slow time is going right now.
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    WHEN DO UNIVERSITIES ACCEPT / DECLINE CONDiTIONAL OFFERS?

    thanks
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    I feel like I'm going to puke
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    (Original post by target21859)
    2 days and 6 hours
    Where do you get 6 hours from?
    2 days, 14 hours and 37 minutes until track updates
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    [QUOTE=ToastiestZombie;66949520]Ha, same here. Put down Colum Hall as my second choice, though I do hope I get my first.

    I put liberty house as my second
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    (Original post by Hamzy45)
    Anyone Firmed or Insured UCL? If yeah what course
    Firm for social sciences! And you?
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    (Original post by I feel myself)
    WHEN DO UNIVERSITIES ACCEPT / DECLINE CONDiTIONAL OFFERS?

    thanks
    Thursday around 8am

    This is explained in the first post of this thread
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    Anyone know how track works if you miss your offer? So, if you miss your offer, does it automatically (on track) say you've been rejected, then for example update if the uni decides to give you an offer anyway - or will it remain in the "awaiting response" mode until the University has officially responded?
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    Has anyone heard back from University of Manchester, specifically for maths.

    Also, whats the earliest you can hear back from a university from?
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    (Original post by ComputerMaths97)
    Anyone know how track works if you miss your offer? So, if you miss your offer, does it automatically (on track) say you've been rejected, then for example update if the uni decides to give you an offer anyway - or will it remain in the "awaiting response" mode until the University has officially responded?
    Until the university makes a decision, your offer will stay as "conditional". If your university accepts you, it will change to "unconditional". If you have not met your offer and your university has consequently rejected you, your offer will change to "unsuccessful".
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    (Original post by PQ)
    Thursday around 8am

    This is explained in the first post of this thread
    Is if ever earlier than that?
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Until the university makes a decision, your offer will stay as "conditional". If your university accepts you, it will change to "unconditional". If you have not met your offer and your university has consequently rejected you, your offer will change to "unsuccessful".
    Can they make decisions before thurs 8am?
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    (Original post by I feel myself)
    Is if ever earlier than that?
    Occasionally track goes live at 7:30am, but it will never be earlier than that on the 18th. Universities and UCAS are under an official embargo until then, so you won't hear anything until then
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    (Original post by I feel myself)
    Can they make decisions before thurs 8am?
    I looked at a few threads made on results day last year and people were posting about having been confirmed/rejected on track from around 7:30am onwards, although UCAS officially says we shouldn't hear anything until 8am at the earliest. So, it is possible unless things have changed this year.
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    I just received an email from my firm choice talking about the changes to the funding of courses which will come into play over the next few years and talking as though it will affect me individually, but explaining that it's what they have to do in order to give the best possible education. I was wondering if that's a good sign because they probably won't have sent that to the people that weren't successful? What do you guys think? Just trying to hang on to anything that may make Thursday look a little bit better! :P
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    I looked at a few threads made on results day last year and people were posting about having been confirmed/rejected on track from around 7:30am onwards, although UCAS officially says we shouldn't hear anything until 8am at the earliest. So, it is possible unless things have changed this year.
    I think the 7:30am thing's been going on for quite a few years now-I started uni 4 years ago and found out I'd been accepted via track at 7:40am
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    (Original post by super_kawaii)
    I think the 7:30am thing's been going on for quite a few years now-I started uni 4 years ago and found out I'd been accepted via track at 7:40am
    Thank you. Did track crash on your results day? It did for my brother's friend (due to being overloaded) and he was unable to log on. I'm worried this might happen again.
 
 
 
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