Accepting Firm Offer With No Insurance

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Nikkisaurus
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Hi all, I got an offer from my first choice university, I'm 100% I can meet the requirements and I was really shocked about how low the offer was that I'm starting to worry they might change it and up the grades I need to get.

Once I accept an offer for my firm can they then change the conditions of the offer?
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I would say no, but a few unis have this "unconditional if firmed thing" or "firm us and we will reduce the offer by x grades" which means they can change it (to unconditional or lower) after you accepted the offer ( but they have emailed to tell people this in advance about this ovs).

So in theory they could. Though I expect there are rules on it ( can only go down not up etc).

So no they wont put it up or make any changes they haven't warned u about first.

I hope this is useful and makes sense.
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Don't accept with no insurance. You don't know for certain that the course might not run ect. Just wait for your insurances to come in. Better safe than sorry


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(Original post by dyslexicvegie)
I would say no, but a few unis have this "unconditional if firmed thing" or "firm us and we will reduce the offer by x grades" which means they can change it (to unconditional or lower) after you accepted the offer ( but they have emailed to tell people this in advance about this ovs).

So in theory they could. Though I expect there are rules on it ( can only go down not up etc).

So no they wont put it up or make any changes they haven't warned u about first.

I hope this is useful and makes sense.
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Don't accept with no insurance. You don't know for certain that the course might not run ect. Just wait for your insurances to come in. Better safe than sorry


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