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    I need your help...

    I only applied to two different programs at LSE. I like both subjects equally.

    A few months ago, I received conditional offers of admission from both subjects at LSE. However, one of the offers had more difficult conditions.

    So in my reply to UCAS, I put the offer with more difficult conditions as my firm choice, while putting the offer with less difficult conditions as my insurance choice.

    Recently, I found out that I met the conditions for BOTH offers.

    So here's my question:

    Do I have the option of studying the program which I selected as my INSURANCE choice? Or am I bound to my firm choice?


    it SHOULD be, in UCAS admin terms, that you go with your first choice and reject your insurance. However, as both your options are at the same uni, then i would imagine there would not be too much problem in changing over. it would simply mean more paper work on their behalf! I would suggest you either email and give LSE a ring to check it out. :rolleyes:

    You should also think about which course you would be more successful at.
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