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    Hi all,I've been lucky enough to be offered a guaranteed unconditional at the RWCMD and was wondering if anyone knew the actual A level grades I need?I know it says unconditional but I've been told that at Uni an unconditional could still mean you need certain grades! Thanks for any help you guys have
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    Hi all,I've been lucky enough to be offered a guaranteed unconditional at the RWCMD and was wondering if anyone knew the actual A level grades I need?I know it says unconditional but I've been told that at Uni an unconditional could still mean you need certain grades! Thanks for any help you guys have
    Unconditional means unconditional. All you have to do is sit the exams that you have put on your application. If there were any conditions to it, they would be on Track. And it'd be a conditional.
 
 
 
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