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    Dmu gave me a conditional offer back in feburary and I just recieved a letter saying dmu have confirmed my place( made my offer unconditional) in the course I want to do. I dont understand how they can do this wayy BEFORE results day, does this mean they know my grades??! I put them as my insurance choice but on the letter they say that I have 14 days to accept the offer or not! Track states that my place has been confirmed if I dont meet the conditions of my firm.

    This is so confusing, what shall I do?

    edit: I think they may have received my btec which I got a distinction for, but Idk about my other two a levels, on track it states that I have successfully obtained 280 ucas points at least 2 a levels or equivalent- which is just telling me I have met the entry requirements. Also my course is on their clearing list and says those who are going through clearing need to get 200 ucas points! Is the course under subscribed or something

    Sometimes Universities are given your grades ages before you are, my offer from Leicester was changed to unconditional about this time last year too; It just means they're willing to accept you - I shouldn't worry about it. SOmetimes its because the course it undersubscribed and sometimes it's because they want you on their course. Make the decision that's right for you (ps, love the onew display picture)
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