I received a conditional offer from a university, which is 'A minimum of 260 UCAS Points from at least two level 3 qualifications'
I have 220 ucas points already from A Levels and I am currently studying a level 3 BTEC course, in which I already have 1 Distinction*, I'm not 100% sure about what this is worth.
The course i'm studying is BTEC Level 3 Diploma Uniformed Public Services, I am just wondering if this means I already have achieved the conditions as this is what it states in the offer:
"If you accept our offer as your Firm or Insurance choice, an unconditional offer will be forwarded to you once you have provided evidence you have met the specified conditions above."
If you can understand this and help, it will be greatly appreciated aha
Conditional offer - already met? watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-01-2015 00:29
- 08-01-2015 02:26
Yes it will work out fine. Email admissions at the uni and explain you have already met the conditions and they should change it to unconditional although if it states you have to firm first then they may not alter it until you do that but check with them anyway. We got a conditional offer but we contacted them as we met conditions and they changed it to an unconditional although ours didn't see say if we firmed it.
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