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    If you think that then I wouldn't put it down as your insurance, cus if you miss out on Kings but still get the grades for Greenwich then you will have to go there.
    Erm No.........u can ask your insurance choice to release you.
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    Firm: King's
    Course: Human sciences
    Offer: BBC

    Insurance: Queen Mary's
    Course: Genetics
    Offer: BCC
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    (Original post by guest1984)
    Erm No.........u can ask your insurance choice to release you.
    but they're really arsey about that and sometimes you can't get into clearing.
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    (Original post by Peapod)
    but they're really arsey about that and sometimes you can't get into clearing.
    And if you're going to ask your insurance choice to release you anyway then bother having them as an insurance? It will only cause more hassle for both yourself and the uni. Just seems a bit pointless to me is all. Also, them releasing you (if they will) takes time, time in which all the good clearing vacancies will be getting taken up.
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    (Original post by Kurdt Morello)
    Firm: University College London (UCL)
    Course: Law (M100)
    Offer: Conditional (A in French)
    Comments: I am really looking forward to studying at this great Law school

    Insurance: King's College London (KCL)
    Course: Law (M100)
    Offer: Unconditional
    Comments: It's great to be secure in my university choices whatever happens
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    When did you get your UCL offer Kurdt?
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    Firm: Imperial
    Course: Maths and computer science (GG14)
    Offer: AAA (physics maths further maths)
    Comments: A conditioned on physics soooo unfair

    Insurance: UCL
    Course: Maths and computer science
    Offer: A in maths AB in any other subjects
    Comments: i'll probably end up here


    very tight offers am i really stupid??
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    Firm ; Nottingham (ABB after the test)
    Law with German

    No insurance as all my other offers were higher and the lower ones were places i really didnt want to go to after having visited.
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    I'm going to study veterinary medicine (hopefully!!)

    Firm: Royal Veterinary College, London
    (aab-aa in chem and bio and b in maths)

    Insurance: Liverpool
    (same offer)

    Jess
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    (Original post by gemma1811)
    Now that a significant number of students are making decisions for real, UKL presents the official thread to tell the world about your decision. Please keep the thread on topic as it is exclusively for posting your decisions (chatting will be almost certainly be modded out). Previous posts will be merged into this thread so please check to ensure that your choices have not already been merged before you post. Below is a suggested format for you to follow which should keep the thread orderly and pretty.

    [B]Firm:Manchester
    Course: Pharmacy
    Offer: BBB
    Comments:

    Insurance: Manchester
    Course: Genetics
    Offer: BBC
    Comments:It's not fair 2 manchester offers :mad:

    *Credit for this thread goes to gemma1811, who started the unofficial one that has now been made official*
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    FIRM CHOICE: Bangor
    COURSE: Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology
    NEED: 240 points


    INSURANCE CHOICE: Bangor (again!)
    COURSE: Psychology with Child and Language Development
    NEED: CC
 
 
 
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