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    Ok the very first uni to give me an offer told me they would update it on UCAS in 2-4 weeks.. I think this is week 6 since then. What should I do ? Should I contact them or will I seem too annoying? And if yes, what should I write? 'Hey, why haven't you still given me the offer on Track?? I really want this offer!! OK ?? ' Joking It just seems to me that I will annoy them this way, whatever I write! Thanks
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    Dear sir/madam (or a name, if you have),

    Approximately six weeks ago, I received word from you that I would be receiving an offer on UCAS Track in two to four weeks. I am writing to enquire about the status of my application, as Track has not updated. Thank you for your time.

    Yours faithfully (or 'Yours sincerely' if you have a name),

    eve_bg
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    Dear sir/madam (or a name, if you have),

    Approximately six weeks ago, I received word from you that I would be receiving an offer on UCAS Track in two to four weeks. I am writing to enquire about the status of my application, as Track has not updated. Thank you for your time.

    Yours faithfully (or 'Yours sincerely' if you have a name),

    eve_bg
    So it's okay ? Thanks, this sounds really well
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    (Original post by eve_bg)
    So it's okay ? Thanks, this sounds really well
    Yeah, it's fine to contact them to ask what's going on if the offer hasn't come when they said it would.
 
 
 
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