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i have 2 unconditional offers for my chosen course-should i insure 1 in case tsunami watch

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    hits the other one?
    as in does it make a difference if i insure the other one even if im not going there?
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    Tsunami? :lolwut:
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    (Original post by ch0llima)
    Tsunami? :lolwut:
    that was a jk i just meant does it make a diff?
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    no, cause firm takes precedent over insurance; but it'd be stupid to insurance an unconditional offer, since you have two anyway?
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    Do it for the lols.
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    You cannot have an insurance if your firm is unconditional.
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    (Original post by SmallTownGirl)
    You cannot have an insurance if your firm is unconditional.
    yes i just realised that...had to decline the other one....
    hope theres no tsunami
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    If you can't have an insurance if you firm an unconditional, what happens if the university cannot run your course, for whatever reason?

    Do you have to go through Extra or something?
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    ucas doesnt let you wants you firm an unconditional thats where your going
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    (Original post by unluckyguy)
    that was a jk i just meant does it make a diff?
    Well, it was a very bizarre and some might argue insensitive comment.
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    (Original post by ilickbatteries)
    If you can't have an insurance if you firm an unconditional, what happens if the university cannot run your course, for whatever reason?

    Do you have to go through Extra or something?
    I am wondering, too.
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    Not a very funny 'joke' mate..
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    (Original post by unluckyguy)
    that was a jk i just meant does it make a diff?
    That's hardly a joke, you stupid insensitive *****.
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    WTF? Where do you live?
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    (Original post by unluckyguy)
    that was a jk i just meant does it make a diff?
    Its too soon to make jokes like that
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    How's setting an insurance on UCAS going to make you Tsunami proof?
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    Tsunami is a joke?
    Shame on you
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    Calm down guys.

    OP has received quite a few cautions already.

    But seriously OP, you've picked the wrong time to make such a joke.
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    Don't go to any of them. Tsunami will hit both!

    Anyway, Tsunami is not a joke. It's terrible.

    On a serious note, you cannot have insurance if you got unconditional firm.
 
 
 
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