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    Is it possible to decline your firm offer even if you have achieved the right grades, and go for your insurance which will be a lower grade requirement.

    If this is not possible can sum1 give me the lo-down on manchester uni, or lse(i hope, still aint replied)
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    once you have accepted a firm offer you are bound to go to that uni if you get the grades. Why not just put the course that you would have chosen for your insurance as a firm if you prefer it?
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    (Original post by naelse)
    once you have accepted a firm offer you are bound to go to that uni if you get the grades. Why not just put the course that you would have chosen for your insurance as a firm if you prefer it?
    Could do, but that would not leave any decent insurances (kingston or queen mary).

    Probs will just go 4 manchester if i dont get LSE (both ABB) and leicester as insurance (BBB)
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    Hmm.. I didn't even bother with an insurance.

    To me.. if my 6As can fall lower than ABC, I shouldn't even bother going to uni and paying those international fees.

    Guess I'll just keep working hard for this year

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    (Original post by naelse)
    once you have accepted a firm offer you are bound to go to that uni if you get the grades. Why not just put the course that you would have chosen for your insurance as a firm if you prefer it?
    your right technically, but when you get your grades you can ring up your 1st choice and ask them to release you and they usually say yes and in that case you can go to your insurence.
 
 
 
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