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    (Original post by ben-smith)
    come on UCL!
    My Friend didnt get an offer yet and he has got all A* in GCSE and 4 A* in A Levels! So I wont worry! Last year most people got their UCL offer by February!
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    Just got a triple A offer from Kings, anyone else heard?
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    (Original post by Mathelete)
    Ya I guess they ar ehappy with that! I also have 1 in Step I. So Maybe thats why?! I want to get my chemistry to an A as it annoys me that B... like a stain on my result sheet...
    Is 1 in STEP the highest possible? Congratulations!!! What are your uni choices and what will you be firming/insuring?
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    (Original post by mpc1)
    Is 1 in STEP the highest possible? Congratulations!!! What are your uni choices and what will you be firming/insuring?
    It is not the highest. It is however very good
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    (Original post by mpc1)
    Is 1 in STEP the highest possible? Congratulations!!! What are your uni choices and what will you be firming/insuring?
    Nah, you can get an 'S' in STEP. That's the highest. S > 1 > 2 > 3 > U
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    Just got a triple A offer from Kings, anyone else heard?
    Well done
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    (Original post by mpc1)
    Is 1 in STEP the highest possible? Congratulations!!! What are your uni choices and what will you be firming/insuring?
    No noo now way it is! I have no idea how I got that cause I came out of the exam going "what the ****" Well I have applied to Oxford, Imperial, UCL, Kings and Bristol. So Unless Oxford gives me an offer (Doubtful!) Then UCL! Or Imperial? Might flip a coin?
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    (Original post by Mathelete)
    No noo now way it is! I have no idea how I got that cause I came out of the exam going "what the ****" Well I have applied to Oxford, Imperial, UCL, Kings and Bristol. So Unless Oxford gives me an offer (Doubtful!) Then UCL! Or Imperial? Might flip a coin?
    If one firms the unconditional choice , then it means one cannot put any insurance, correct? So, then does that mean the firm normally is a conditional choice and the insurance is typically the unconditional one? Is this correct?
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    (Original post by mpc1)
    If one firms the unconditional choice , then it means one cannot put any insurance, correct? So, then does that mean the firm normally is a conditional choice and the insurance is typically the unconditional one? Is this correct?
    Yes that is correct... Well yes, its different for gap years students and mature students... we have a different code on UCAS too.. .ours is UCO2 where as yours should be UCO1... I think it means:

    UCO2: Idiot, Must have fallen asleep!
    UCO1: Doing it at the right time!
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    (Original post by cpdavis)
    Well done
    For G103 or G100?

    =] And Well done! =]
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    (Original post by Mathelete)
    Yes that is correct... Well yes, its different for gap years students and mature students... we have a different code on UCAS too.. .ours is UCO2 where as yours should be UCO1... I think it means:

    UCO2: Idiot, Must have fallen asleep!
    UCO1: Doing it at the right time!
    lol

    what were your uni choices last year and did you decline them last year?
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    (Original post by Mathelete)
    For G103 or G100?

    =] And Well done! =]
    I'm confused, I think you quoted the wrong person :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by mpc1)
    lol

    what were your uni choices last year and did you decline them last year?
    I didnt apply last year...
    I was thinking of travelling to places and thought that the uni fees will not go up! Realised I was DEAD wrong and now here I am! =]
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    (Original post by mpc1)
    lol
    what is your UCL offer course code?
    what were your uni choices last year and did you decline them last year?
    G107 Msci Mathematics =]

    In Short: All you can eat mathematics buffet!
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    (Original post by cpdavis)
    I'm confused, I think you quoted the wrong person :rolleyes:
    I did... Sorry!
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    Does anyone know how I would go about contacting a university about my fee status. For some reason Warwick have said that I'm 'oversees' for fee purposes even though I live in the Uk, was born here and hold a British passport.
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    Woo yeah! Warwick offer!
    (Scottish Applicant btw)

    Don't know the conditions of the offer yet but it will probably be standard A1A + 2 in STEP.
    Track updated at 17:30.
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    (Original post by legion99)
    Woo yeah! Warwick offer!
    (Scottish Applicant btw)

    Don't know the conditions of the offer yet but it will probably be standard A1A + 2 in STEP.
    Track updated at 17:30.
    Click on the course code and it will tell you the conditions =)
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    (Original post by laughylolly)
    Click on the course code and it will tell you the conditions =)
    Thanks.

    It is the standard A1, A and 2 in STEP (A1 in Maths, A in anything else)
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    (Original post by laughylolly)
    Does anyone know how I would go about contacting a university about my fee status. For some reason Warwick have said that I'm 'oversees' for fee purposes even though I live in the Uk, was born here and hold a British passport.
    Where are the fee status detailed mentioned? In track? or via email?
 
 
 
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