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    So I've applied and got a conditional offer for Exeter, AAA for English. My A2 results came out this February (i do CIE A-Levels) and I've met the conditions with A*A*A* - so I firmed Exeter. The thing is, it's still under 'conditional' offer - do I have to email them to make it unconditional or would it happen automatically?
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    (Original post by Jayd Shah)
    So I've applied and got a conditional offer for Exeter, AAA for English. My A2 results came out this February (i do CIE A-Levels) and I've met the conditions with A*A*A* - so I firmed Exeter. The thing is, it's still under 'conditional' offer - do I have to email them to make it unconditional or would it happen automatically?
    I don't think the offer changes, it's just a case of whether you get accepted or not

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    (Original post by Jayd Shah)
    So I've applied and got a conditional offer for Exeter, AAA for English. My A2 results came out this February (i do CIE A-Levels) and I've met the conditions with A*A*A* - so I firmed Exeter. The thing is, it's still under 'conditional' offer - do I have to email them to make it unconditional or would it happen automatically?
    Just out of curiosity. Why not try take a gap year and apply to an even better uni next year?
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    (Original post by Jayd Shah)
    So I've applied and got a conditional offer for Exeter, AAA for English. My A2 results came out this February (i do CIE A-Levels) and I've met the conditions with A*A*A* - so I firmed Exeter. The thing is, it's still under 'conditional' offer - do I have to email them to make it unconditional or would it happen automatically?
    It should happen automatically (ie they should be checking results against offers for their applicants and updating the offers) but there's no harm in emailing them to let them know you've met the conditions. They get IAL results through from the exam boards so you shouldn't need to provide any proof.
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    (Original post by ahsenrauf)
    Just out of curiosity. Why not try take a gap year and apply to an even better uni next year?
    haha, Exeter is pretty great for English actually. the only ones better are UCL (expensive), Durham/St.Andrews (my GCSEs are ****) and Oxbridge. Plus, I like the place.
 
 
 
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