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    Basically ended up with D,D,C , 240 UCAS Points (40 from an AS subject I dropped) needed around 260 for my course phoned up tutor of the course he said he'd let me in even with a grade D at GCSE however I needed to email the GCSE certificate to the Admission office of Salford.. I've done that, and now I've got to just keep checking UCAS, but they said it can take a few days..
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    Basically ended up with D,D,C , 240 UCAS Points (40 from an AS subject I dropped) needed around 260 for my course phoned up tutor of the course he said he'd let me in even with a grade D at GCSE however I needed to email the GCSE certificate to the Admission office of Salford.. I've done that, and now I've got to just keep checking UCAS, but they said it can take a few days..
    I can understand you're anxious, but they've said they'll take you, so it's just a matter of time. Track updates in wave and the next one won't be until 5pm anyway, so go an do something fun. You're in, so celebrate.
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    I can understand you're anxious, but they've said they'll take you, so it's just a matter of time. Track updates in wave and the next one won't be until 5pm anyway, so go an do something fun. You're in, so celebrate.
    Thanks a lot! I know they said over the phone but I'm still nervous as hell till UCAS changes!
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    Thanks a lot! I know they said over the phone but I'm still nervous as hell till UCAS changes!
    Of course you are, it's only natural, but you're in and that's all that matters. Go and plan your next year.
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    Of course you are, it's only natural, but you're in and that's all that matters. Go and plan your next year.
    Thanks a lot!
 
 
 
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