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    (Original post by mr_chamberlain)
    Hey, I also have an unconditional offer for Management (Marketing) 2014.
    Have you received any information on the reading list?
    Did you have a gap year, or are you a "UCAS GOD"?

    In addition, when did you apply for halls? I applied in December and only yesterday I received my offer for 'Richmond Park' first choice.

    Regards, Thomas.
    No I haven't heard anything but my offer became unconditional yesterday (so I'm not a "UCAS GOD", I just got my results a week ago) which is probably why. What about you, gap year or God?
    I think I applied in March but I'm not sure.
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    (Original post by c.hollis14)
    No I haven't heard anything but my offer became unconditional yesterday (so I'm not a "UCAS GOD", I just got my results a week ago) which is probably why. What about you, gap year or God?
    I think I applied in March but I'm not sure.
    "gap year or God"... Should be a hashtag.


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    Unconditional for PPE, staying at canterbury court. Hope theres parking
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    What on earth is a UCAS God?
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    (Original post by Hola! :3)
    Sheavyn House! When do you get your results? They'll let you know after you've got those.
    I got my results last year (been on a gap year)
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    (Original post by Liz Ben)
    What on earth is a UCAS God?
    When you apply to UCAS and receive an offer, very few people will get an 'unconditional' offer based soley on either their personal statement or grades; and thus #UCAS_GOD is used to define someone who doesn't take a gap year an receives an unconditional offer before completing the minimum entry level requirements for the course (a levels).

    It's a made up term, has a good ring to it though haha
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    (Original post by michaela_d)
    Hi guys,

    I've got an unconditional offer for neuroscience..still haven't found anyone who will be doing the same course hahah

    For housing, I got an offer for Canterbury Court and it wasn't even one of my choices. Anyone else with the same course/accommodation?

    Can't wait!
    Hey Michaela,
    I'm going to be studying Management, and got an offer to Canterbury court too! It was my third preference though. Have you heard anything about how good/bad it is?

    Regards, Sidharth!


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    (Original post by Dr.Quantum)
    I were in that group for a week or so and it turned out that it's a scam, beware.
    Im in it( just the one for the uni not the city) , But it does seem dodgy, esp as they keep wanting us to join the one for Cardiff as well. And I dont think its done by Students but by some events company
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    (Original post by mr_chamberlain)
    When you apply to UCAS and receive an offer, very few people will get an 'unconditional' offer based soley on either their personal statement or grades; and thus #UCAS_GOD is used to define someone who doesn't take a gap year an receives an unconditional offer before completing the minimum entry level requirements for the course (a levels).

    It's a made up term, has a good ring to it though haha
    I didn't realise Manchester turned people into #UCAS_GODs thou? Sussex Definitely seemed to be the worst offenders!!

    And Im studying Biochem, Coming up from London! I think there's about 30 people in my year who are going to Manch, but I only know two of them, and not v well. VERY EXCITEDDDDDDDDDDDD
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    I also have an offer for Law with Politics from UoM, I got IB 33 (its an unconditional offer as I graduated last year) so I guess I am lucky as I am 2 points below the minimum requirement I was wondering whether I should change from Law with Politics to Law (both LLB) as I heard it is possible from one of the visiting admission officer from UoM.
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    Anyone willing to make a legit freshers group on Facebook?
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    Oh yeah, that would be great!
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    Absolutely! We should do that!


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    I made a group and TSR won't let me post the link XD anyways I have no idea what to do with this group ;ddd and I don't think that many people will join
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    (Original post by neal95)
    Literally crossing my fingers as manchester is better connected to city law firms so more beneficial for me! That's good, liverpool is a great university to and I would be more than happy to go there which course have you applied for?
    Manchester is just a better all rounder for me, but I love Liverpool and the History course looks just as interesting!
    I've applied for History, you're a law hopeful I presume?
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    (Original post by chlodobaggins)
    Manchester is just a better all rounder for me, but I love Liverpool and the History course looks just as interesting!
    I've applied for History, you're a law hopeful I presume?
    Yeah it definitely is a much better all rounder, especially for law as I prefer exams over coursework and their is hardly any coursework in the law exams. I did history at a level, I presume you did also? If so which units? I really enjoy reading up history so will most likely keep that up as a habit, I found the wars if the roses more interesting than I first thought :P and yes law hopeful here, was critical before starting a level law but after that I completely fell in love with the subject XD
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    Post the exact name of the group here, and we can search for it on Facebook.


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    (Original post by neal95)
    Yeah it definitely is a much better all rounder, especially for law as I prefer exams over coursework and their is hardly any coursework in the law exams. I did history at a level, I presume you did also? If so which units? I really enjoy reading up history so will most likely keep that up as a habit, I found the wars if the roses more interesting than I first thought :P and yes law hopeful here, was critical before starting a level law but after that I completely fell in love with the subject XD
    I'm the same! I'm an exam over coursework person but if I have too, ill do it!

    I did indeed! I did the OCR exam board: for AS I did nazi Germany and Churchill. For A2 I did American Civil Rights and the Vietnam War for coursework, how about yourself?


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    [insert facebook url here ]/groups/610756035688330/ - here it is... it's a one man parteeehh DD


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    Hey guys, got a conditional offer to study IBFE at the business school next year! Hoping to live in oak house next year(cheap and cheerful!). When are people thinking if moving in?


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