All right, I'm sure this is covered somewhere in the past 99 pages, but I'm a little on edge and I don't have the time, so I'll just ask:
I just got a letter from the Tutorial Bursar at Clare College, about the Cambridge Trusts. The first sentence is "As you have been offered a firm or conditional place at Clare to read for a first degree and are not a home student, you are eligible to apply to one of the above funds for help with your fees and/or maintenance costs."
This is the first I've heard from them since the interview - I've had no acceptance letter from UCAS or the college, and my UCAS page doesn't say anything about it, although I don't know how much that says since my Durham offer, which I got a couple of weeks ago, isn't up there yet either. I have done the screaming YES YES YES thing, but now my triumph seems suddenly tainted. What if this is one of those evil "You may be our next million-dollar winner!" type things?
I mean, I'm sure it's not, it looks very personalized and official. But I suppose my question is - does a letter from the Tutorial Bursar mean I definitely have a place? Some knowledgeable person, please come to my assistance...