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    I've got my offers, just struggling on deciding.

    However, 3 of my offers have the same entry requirements and one of them is the one I want, my 4th offer is higher than the other three so what do I put as my first and second?
    Need adviiiiiiiiiiice! THANKS

    Choose the one that you want to go to most and then as an insurance, choose one of the others with the same entry requirements and hope that you get what you need in August.

    What are your choices/course options?

    Do you mind listing your courses? And what is your course?
    Then I should be able to tell you the possibility of leniency if you fail to meet the grade requirements and whether they'd take you on despite this.

    Say you don't like the higher requirement uni don't feel as if you should put it as your first choice. Pick on the basis of the firm is where you'd prefer to go and your insurance as somewhere you wouldn't mind going.

    If you can't figure this out on your own then it's god's way of telling you that you're too stupid to go to university.

    It's a cruel world, isn't it?

    Edit. Sorry. Having to revise when it's sunny outside makes me really narky.

    Firm: Where you want to go.

    Insurance: Where you next want to go balanced with how strict they are on offers. Look to see if any of the courses are in extra or were in clearing last year.

    Good luck.
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