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    I'm a European student who received an offer to study at the University of Glasgow a couple of months ago. The offer I received is quite a lot higher than all the others I've gotten: it is equivalent to A*AA , even though the standard UK entry requirements for my course are only AAB. I've tried contacting the university through email, but they haven't responded to me. Would it be worthwhile to try and call the university? Is there anything else I could do, or should I just accept the situation?

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    I'm in the same situation. I've got the same requirements that I would have at Oxford, but as I know the requirements are estimated on previous exams' results (from the previous years) and if you don't meet the requirements (e.g. because of the fact that the exam was harder in the year you were writing it or you just haven't met the conditions with slight underflow) you can discuss with Glasgow the possibility of conniving it, based on other results and overall outcome.
Do you agree with the PM's proposal to cut tuition fees for some courses?

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