My situation is this:
I was predicted A*A*AA this year...(will hopfully get A*AAA in reality) but was rejected from all my choice universities except Birmingham, who offered an unconditional if I firmed them.
As my only offer, I did. But if I did get A*AA as opposed their normal conditional offer of AAB I know I'd feel I could have done better...
So does UCAS adjustment run on a blanket rule of 'no unconditionals allowed', or would they be willing to hear my case given the lack of choices I've had this year?
I really don't want to have a gap year and would do anything possible to avoid it :/
Adjustment and Unconditionals Watch
- Thread Starter
- 04-07-2014 16:32
- PS Reviewer
- 05-07-2014 21:58
You need to meet an exceed your firm offer - but you have no conditions to meet. You're not eligible.