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    I have an unconditional offer to study Architecture, but I'm getting very stressed about how I'm doing and if I wont meet the grades I am meant to. If the offer is unconditional, could it be retracted if I fail or do worse than my targets?
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    I have an unconditional offer to study Architecture, but I'm getting very stressed about how I'm doing and if I wont meet the grades I am meant to. If the offer is unconditional, could it be retracted if I fail or do worse than my targets?
    An unconditional offer is unconditional as long as you've not lied in your application so you should get in regardless of what you get in the exams (but obviously, do try to do well for your own benefit).
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    I have an unconditional offer to study Architecture, but I'm getting very stressed about how I'm doing and if I wont meet the grades I am meant to. If the offer is unconditional, could it be retracted if I fail or do worse than my targets?
    it's unconditional, if they wanted certain grades for you, they would have made it conditional. I don't think you should be worrying about that, just try your best. I'd love an unconditional when I apply this year.
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    No, the university has entered an agreement to give you a place on the course regardless of exam results. There may be some terms and conditions attached to the offer (for example, you must take the exams), but these should have been communicated to you. If they needed you to achieve your targets in order to retain your offer then they would have just given you a conditional offer for those grades. If track is saying unconditional firm, you can relax because your place has been confirmed. Congratulations on the brilliant offer!
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    (Original post by NightHazel)
    No, the university has entered an agreement to give you a place on the course regardless of exam results. There may be some terms and conditions attached to the offer (for example, you must take the exams), but these should have been communicated to you. If they needed you to achieve your targets in order to retain your offer then they would have just given you a conditional offer for those grades. If track is saying unconditional firm, you can relax because your place has been confirmed. Congratulations on the brilliant offer!
    I thought as much, but I've been over thinking it and getting stressed. Thanks so much!
 
 
 
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