Wait until you've got your results first and then act, if you need to.
yep yep dont act without knowing your situation you will look a right **** if you phone up when you already have got a place
why? You have to wait for your clearing passport anyway before applying to clearing? Or thats how i understand it. You pick grades up today, if you haven't met the offer, you phone up the uni to ask if you got in - they may interview you then and offer you a place over the phone - hence the place is conditional till then, if they say no, you can still look and enquire about clearing places.
If you got the grades of the offer, do nothing, in a few days you'll recieve a letter from the uni, and UCAS, congratulating you on getting in.
I got in with my grades a few years ago so didn't do anything - It corrects itself.
What is wrong with UCAS??????
this is what the website says:
"Use Track to keep up to date with your application.
Updates to Track have been suspended. You can reply to course offers using Track from 18 August 2007. "
does this mean i wont know if i get accepted or not till saturday?!?
Guys what does this mean?
We are waiting for your reply to a changed offer
Have you got your results? If your results meet your offer, you've got in. If they don't meet your offer then phone up the university to find out if you can still get in.
Just checked UCAS and my offer is still conditional. Everyone else seems to have updated. I got 240 Points from Media as I got my certificates Tuesday for the Diploma style course and surely I've got at least an E for A2 ICT which gives me 280 to get into my course...
Thing is I can't find out till tomorow because I can't collect that today. I'm worried now though...
Beware of one thing, last year i thought i had been rejected from my first choice as it had not changed from conditional to unconditional while my insurance manchester had, however i got my grades and realised i had made the offer but the uni hadnt recieved one of my as level marks due to a fault with the exam board not sending them to the uni.
so best to wait and see or ring up the uni (even though most wont tell u ur grades until you get them from school, worth a try).
im absoltuly terrible on the phone and never no what to say, i was thinking getting one of my parents to ring but i dont think that reflect too good so dont know what to do