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    My friend has been offered a place in Manchester Met through Ucas Extra. The offer was unconditional and she firmly accepted it. However she received a letter from the admissions officer, asking her to forward them a copy of her results (I think it's about her IELTS test) as soon as possible, as "this will allow us to process your application further".

    Anyway, she was not really delighted with the offer but she got it at the end of the Ucas extra period, so, she somehow had to accept it. The problem is that she wouldn't like to apply again for 2005 entry but she is almost certain that she isn't eligible to use Ucas clearing now, (I believe that she can't too) as she has already accepted an unc. offer.

    However, the fact that they asked her to forward them a copy of her results, -I guess- indicates that they have not yet confirmed her place to UCAS and that she could ask them (UCAS) to cancel her reply.

    Does anyone know if she is eligible for clearing? :confused:
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