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    Hello, I applied to UK college for Computing in Lincoln 2 weeks ago and passed the entrance exam(Level 2) at 41%. I am from Lithuania, finished 12 grades, 2 state exams, english one at 67 points, received maturity certificate diploma, now, my question is, I received a conditional offer from the college inviting me to Experience day and section D terms and conditions of offer form. The conditions are: Completion and satisfactory performance at assessment/ interview/ experience day, School report/ satisfactory reference (which i dont have, since my school did not give it to me) and Entry Qualifications 4 GCSE's Grade E or above. What exactly does this mean? Am I accepted? My grades are English B2(8), credit 9, Russian B2(7), Math B(6), Biology B(8), History A(7), Geography B(6), Lithuanian A(6), Information technologic B(10, I know I am surprised too) and Lithuanian state exam 20 points.
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    I think you were supposed to get the entry requirements like for your local qualifications. The requirements are pretty low I think you might get in. Have you taken IELTS already
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    Hello, I applied to UK college for Computing in Lincoln 2 weeks ago and passed the entrance exam(Level 2) at 41%. I am from Lithuania, finished 12 grades, 2 state exams, english one at 67 points, received maturity certificate diploma, now, my question is, I received a conditional offer from the college inviting me to Experience day and section D terms and conditions of offer form. The conditions are: Completion and satisfactory performance at assessment/ interview/ experience day, School report/ satisfactory reference (which i dont have, since my school did not give it to me) and Entry Qualifications 4 GCSE's Grade E or above. What exactly does this mean? Am I accepted? My grades are English B2(8), credit 9, Russian B2(7), Math B(6), Biology B(8), History A(7), Geography B(6), Lithuanian A(6), Information technologic B(10, I know I am surprised too) and Lithuanian state exam 20 points.
    Conditional means that they will offer you a place as long as you get the grades that the want you to get. If you don't get those specific grades you won't be able to go. Make sure you get the reference by asking your teachers and school. You may be required to attend an interview but I'm not sure about that. I hope this helps.
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    I think you were supposed to get the entry requirements like for your local qualifications. The requirements are pretty low I think you might get in. Have you taken IELTS already
    Well they gave me 2 tests in the entrance exam. One was numeracy ( i got 40/50 E3) and the English one (Was very easy), the other part of the exam was for testing my IT skills and I scored 41%
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    Conditional means that they will offer you a place as long as you get the grades that the want you to get. If you don't get those specific grades you won't be able to go. Make sure you get the reference by asking your teachers and school. You may be required to attend an interview but I'm not sure about that. I hope this helps.
    So how does one get those grades? While I am studying in their college?
 
 
 
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