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    I applied to study at Westminster and they told me that I need to get DMM and pass my Maths GCSE. On the 17th I got an email congratulating me for getting a unconditional offer. However, my question is that they wanted a C in maths but I got a D. Does my unconditional offer still remain will they make me do it with my own money while studying?
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    unconditional is unconditional as far as I'm aware, 1 grade won't matter probably, maybe if you got a U then it would be a problem
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    If you have an unconditional offer and an email confirming this from the university, you should be fine. Ut means they are still willing to accept you even though you missed out on a grade, they consider the whole application and see that you would be a good fit. I had the same query regarding my results and questioned it a bit, but I called the admissions office just to confirm and be on the safe side.
 
 
 
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