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    I accidently put down an insurance offer,which is conditional. But I put my unconditional offer (which is University ofSussex) as my firm. Sussex said they will make my offer unconditional if I putthem down as my firm, which I did. But on ucas it still says it's a conditionaloffer, so confused, shouldn't it be unconditional now? what should I do? Does that mean its conditional now?Please help, will be eternally grateful!
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    (Original post by Dolphinflips)
    I accidently put down an insurance offer,which is conditional. But I put my unconditional offer (which is University ofSussex) as my firm. Sussex said they will make my offer unconditional if I putthem down as my firm, which I did. But on ucas it still says it's a conditionaloffer, so confused, shouldn't it be unconditional now? what should I do? Does that mean its conditional now?Please help, will be eternally grateful!
    Track isn't clever.

    If your CF changes to UF then it doesn't change your insurance choice....even though your insurance choice will be notified that you're now UF elsewhere and so your insurance is no longer valid or required to accept you.

    Don't worry about it. It's normal. Just a bug UCAS can't be arsed to fix.
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    Track isn't clever.

    If your CF changes to UF then it doesn't change your insurance choice....even though your insurance choice will be notified that you're now UF elsewhere and so your insurance is no longer valid or required to accept you.

    Don't worry about it. It's normal. Just a bug UCAS can't be arsed to fix.
    Ah, so even though it still says conditional, it actually means unconditional, it just hasn't changed? Do you think I should ring the uni just in case? Also one last question, will it change over the next few days to say unconditional or will it remain saying conditional. Sorry for all the questions, just wanted to double check, before I can't change anything,
    Thank you so much for your help, really really appreciate it, also appreciate your answers to my other question earlier on in the year, so thank you!
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    (Original post by Dolphinflips)
    Ah, so even though it still says conditional, it actually means unconditional, it just hasn't changed? Do you think I should ring the uni just in case? Also one last question, will it change over the next few days to say unconditional or will it remain saying conditional. Sorry for all the questions, just wanted to double check, before I can't change anything,
    Thank you so much for your help, really really appreciate it, also appreciate your answers to my other question earlier on in the year, so thank you!
    Sussex will at some point make your firm Unconditional - probably in May when most people have firmed.

    Your insurance will remain (and should remain) Conditional Insurance forever now.

    They know you're UF elsewhere so wont bother checking if you've met their offer conditions to change it to UI or Unsuccessful.

    Basically once you're UF your insurance offer is no longer valid, your insurance uni knows that and won't make any more changes.
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    Sussex will at some point make your firm Unconditional - probably in May when most people have firmed.

    Your insurance will remain (and should remain) Conditional Insurance forever now.

    They know you're UF elsewhere so wont bother checking if you've met their offer conditions to change it to UI or Unsuccessful.

    Basically once you're UF your insurance offer is no longer valid, your insurance uni knows that and won't make any more changes.
    Ah that makes sense. Thank you a ton!! Was getting worried for a bit. I'd give you another rep if I could
 
 
 
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