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    (Original post by Emily115)
    This is exactly the same as me, it says my place will be confirmed if I meet the conditions..? :facepalm:



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    Me too. Why are they taking so long....


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    (Original post by .JJ)
    Accounting and finance (which is in clearing for them, not sure if it's a good or bad sign), yourself?
    It's a good sign. I was worried sick but I saw my course on clearing and got accepted so don't worry. I'll be doing Actuarial Science.
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    (Original post by sasunerd)
    I got ABBC, and the course I wanna get is AAB, that's gonna be a problem isn't it
    No, that isn't too bad. How close are those Bs to As? If they are very close, you can apply for a remark or ask your teachers to predict you an A for one of them (they will probably do this anyway). Then you'll be set.

    Even if you are not predicted another A, you still have a solid chance if your entire application, i.e. personal statement and reference included, are good.
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    (Original post by Melissa.S.)
    Can I ring my insurance up to see whether I've got in or not? My firm rejected me..
    If your insurance says conditional then phone them.
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    (Original post by Fortitude)
    Has anyone received the UCAS email yet?
    I got mine about 10 minutes ago. It's just confirming the place.
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    (Original post by Locogooner)
    If you're eligible for adjustment does that always mean you've exceeded your firm offer?
    If you've got an unconditional firm then you WILL be shown adjustment. But this does NOT mean you are eligible. You are only eligible if you meet and exceed your firm offer so you need to work out for yourself whether or not you're eligible.

    (Original post by Melissa.S.)
    Can I ring my insurance up to see whether I've got in or not? My firm rejected me..
    What does your insurance say on Track? If it says conditional, then get your results and then phone your university if it still says conditional.
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    (Original post by sasunerd)
    I got ABBC, and the course I wanna get is AAB, that's gonna be a problem isn't it <img src="images/smilies/frown.png" border="0" alt="" title="" smilieid="11" class="inlineimg" />
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    Not at All.
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    (Original post by Locogooner)
    If you're eligible for adjustment does that always mean you've exceeded your firm offer?
    Yep! You have to exceed your offer to be eligible for Adjustment.

    (Original post by Melissa.S.)
    Can I ring my insurance up to see whether I've got in or not? My firm rejected me..
    What does it say on Track?
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    (Original post by Lizard cream)
    Got into imperial whoop.
    Congrats
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    (Original post by holyfire)
    I haven't got my results yet... but I only do three AS levels, will that matter? will it look bad?


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    Not really but you'll have to check with the unis website whether a 4th AS-level is required. Not many ask apart from unis like UCL etc.

    I think you'll be fine provided you get BBB+ just make sure you get predicted good grades
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    Phew, a close call just missed out on A* History but Durham have accepted me onto the History course with my A*AAAA, the A* I got was in Politics,....... been so nervous as Durham rarely have spaces if you miss the target. Good luck and hang in their any of you guys in a similar position
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    (Original post by Locogooner)
    If you're eligible for adjustment does that always mean you've exceeded your firm offer?
    Yeah I think so that's what I have been told
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    (Original post by 123456789012)
    Got AAAB for AS. Very pleased with my results!
    Congratulations! what subjects?
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    I'm so worried now, I didn't even think about the fact I only do three AS levels how is this gonna affect me?


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    WJEC Boundaries are up! And they're amazing for C4!!!
    Thank goodness. Let's just see what we get.
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    (Original post by Hype en Ecosse)
    What's up?
    According to this I didn't get my firm or insurance. 7 years screwed up in an instance, swell.
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    I've accidentally registered for adjustment, if I'd don't do anything will I still have me firm place?!
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Not really but you'll have to check with the unis website whether a 4th AS-level is required. Not many ask apart from unis like UCL etc.

    I think you'll be fine provided you get BBB+ just make sure you get predicted good grades
    thank you! not long now


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    edexcel results page is still 'loading'...
    But ucas track turned UNCONDITIONAL and somehow I managed to register for adjustment. Does it mean my result exceeded my offer?
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    (Original post by gingerandice)
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    Same uni? And yaaaaaaaaaay well done!
 
 
 
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