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i havnt had a confirmation through UCAS for my cambridge offer, but i already sent a letter to the admissions tutor arguing abt my fee status. i'm kinda worried/paranoid that they mite take back the offer!
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They won't. They take time over these things, I only got my rejection on the UCAS tracker yesterday. At least I have it, that's all my 6 decisions so I can now choose my universities.
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(Original post by minkailin)
got an offer from cambridge BUT
cuz i STUPIDLY put "private finance" in the ucas form i'll b charged 20 times more than what i expected!!
i plan to phone up cambridge and change my status but i'm paranoid abt it...wot if they reject me altogether or make the offer impossiblely harder!? helpppppp

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i havnt had a confirmation through UCAS for my cambridge offer, but i already sent a letter to the admissions tutor arguing abt my fee status. i'm kinda worried/paranoid that they mite take back the offer!
Hey minkailin! IF around, keep us informed of progress! Hope it goes well.
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i havnt had a confirmation through UCAS for my cambridge offer, but i already sent a letter to the admissions tutor arguing abt my fee status. i'm kinda worried/paranoid that they mite take back the offer!
How did you manage to get your fee status wrong in the first place?

Perhaps I'm being cynical, but it is quite often the case that international students who could qualify for LEA support instead choose private support in order to be more attractive to a university as they bring in more revenue (Unis receive alot more from each international applicant than a government funded applicant as LSE knows and capitalises upon). Perhaps, having received desired offers, they then try and change their fee status in order not to have to pay such large amounts.

Your UCAS application is a form of contract. If you change any details on the application, you could be in breach of contract and any university may retract their offer. Whether or not the tracker has been updated is, frankly, irrelevant!!
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