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    I'm guessing if you get a criminal conviction, lied in your personal statement, or falsified grades...but what else?
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    (Original post by businessinuni)
    I'm guessing if you get a criminal conviction, lied in your personal statement, or falsified grades...but what else?
    Simply not completing the exams you said you were in your application. You are unilaterally changing the terms of the application and they can withdraw their offer on those grounds if they so wish.
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    Simply not completing the exams you said you were in your application. You are unilaterally changing the terms of the application and they can withdraw their offer on those grounds if they so wish.
    Is that the only reason a university can withdraw an offer?
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    (Original post by businessinuni)
    Is that the only reason a university can withdraw an offer?
    I'm sure there are plenty of other reasons. Anything coming under 'deception' would hack it, certainly. I suggest you make a phone call to the university without giving your name if you are asking this for a specific reason.
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    (Original post by businessinuni)
    I'm guessing if you get a criminal conviction, lied in your personal statement, or falsified grades...but what else?
    Rather than asking such an open question, how about you ask specifically what you think might cause a problem and then we can answer it...?

    Do you have an Unconditional, and if you do, why do you think it might be at risk?
 
 
 
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