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    I was just wondering that if I got my required grades, does that mean I automatically get a place?

    I need BBB, but can the uni say too many people have passed and that they are declining say for example, 3 people who only just got BBB?
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    (Original post by Northumbrian)
    I was just wondering that if I got my required grades, does that mean I automatically get a place?

    I need BBB, but can the uni say too many people have passed and that they are declining say for example, 3 people who only just got BBB?
    Yes you are safe and the uni has no choice but to accept you

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    as far as I know but I'm quite sure :p:
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    Yes you are safe and the uni has no choice but to accept you
    Phew! I was panicking because there are only 15 places on my course. So I better get those grades aaeeeeeee!
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    It's a legally binding contract.
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    Phew! I was panicking because there are only 15 places on my course. So I better get those grades aaeeeeeee!
    good luck :top:
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    yes - if you get your grades they have to give you a place - unless you lied elsewhere on your ucas form.etc.
    They have to honour all the offers they make as long as people achieve sufficiently.
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    If you hold an offer (firm/insurance) and meet the grades for one of them, they are legally bound to accept you. Even if that means increasing the intake for your course for the next academic year.
 
 
 
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