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    Hiii

    I got my first offer today/two days ago but ucas track was down!!! (yayness)

    But I was sure that following an offer, the university would send an email to me...perhaps inviting me to an open day or just saying your offer is conditional on "AAB" or whatever...

    So do most universities not do this?

    Have many people got just a "conditional" on their ucas track thing but no emails from the uni?

    please somebody reply...
    slightly not believing that I got an offer because of this...
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    some send an email but it varies. But ucas track is down for maintenance atm so just wait and then go on your choice and click the course code and it will have the conditions of your offer

    Congrats on ure offer Xx
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    The same thing happened to me for my offer from Imperial. Got the offer a month ago, still no email :/
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    If it says you have an offer on ucas then you have an offer. I've never had any emails after getting an offer before. I think they usually send you a letter in the post inviting you to a ucas day.. So its all good.
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    be afraid. be very afraid.
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    Well, usually you get an email saying you staus has changed and blah, then you can track it. But yeah, normally a Uni will send a letter comfirming that you have been offered a place - however this is usually a while after it is through track. Maybe a few days. Or at least that's what i have experienced .

    Then again, some uni's are a bit better than others when replying yo and writing to applicants. Like, St Andrew's are awesome I just got a Christmas post card from them lol it's cute.
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    (Original post by NellGwynne)
    Well, usually you get an email saying you staus has changed and blah, then you can track it. But yeah, normally a Uni will send a letter comfirming that you have been offered a place - however this is usually a while after it is through track. Maybe a few days. Or at least that's what i have experienced .

    Then again, some uni's are a bit better than others when replying yo and writing to applicants. Like, St Andrew's are awesome I just got a Christmas post card from them lol it's cute.

    Loool that is cute..
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    Click on the course code on UCAS Track and you'll see the conditions. Not all unis send a follow up email/letter but some do remember alot of unis will have broken up for Xmas now anyway
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    (Original post by KP40186)
    Hiii

    I got my first offer today/two days ago but ucas track was down!!! (yayness)

    But I was sure that following an offer, the university would send an email to me...perhaps inviting me to an open day or just saying your offer is conditional on "AAB" or whatever...

    So do most universities not do this?

    Have many people got just a "conditional" on their ucas track thing but no emails from the uni?

    please somebody reply...
    slightly not believing that I got an offer because of this...
    Thats normal. First of all have you checked what the offer conditions are? If not click on the course code, there will be a letter from UCAS confirming the offer with the conditions. Sometime in the new year you will recieve a letter in the post detailing information about visit days and again confirming the offer.
 
 
 
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