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darkstar
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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?

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