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do lower universities give unconditionals ever? Watch

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    or is it just high institues such as UCL, Nottingham etc?
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    I'm sure they do - for example if you already have your A-level results.
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    Yup, my friend got an unconditional for her course at my university.
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    Of course, why would it be any different to higher rated universities?
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    I don't know- I just don't know or have seen anyone on here who has!
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    Of course, 95% of unconditional offers are given simply because the applicant already has the grades required for the course - doesn't matter where they're applying to really
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    (Original post by charcharchar)
    I don't know- I just don't know or have seen anyone on here who has!
    That's because it's a student forum - it tends to be people who haven't got their grades yet (or people already at uni - rarely mature students who haven't got a place yet) and more academic people.
 
 
 
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