What constitutes as proof that you're on the course Watch

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Question is in the title really, does the letter from UCAS that says congratulations on getting your place count as proof?
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Proof for what?

Anyway, I'd generally say yes.
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a letter from your personal tutor written in their own blood.

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Once the university have verified your qualfications i guess you will be on the course
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Na, it's just that to get my keys they say you need ID and proof that you're on the course. Didn't want to turn up with wrong stuff.
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(Original post by Installation)
Na, it's just that to get my keys they say you need ID and proof that you're on the course. Didn't want to turn up with wrong stuff.
UCAS should have sent you a letter around the day of your results.

AS12 I think it is.

ID, passport, drivers liscense, railcard.
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Ok, thanks. I think I'm just being overly-careful anyway.
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There's no such thing as being overly-careful when the system is a stupid as it is :P
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