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    Hi Everyone,

    Welcome to our official 2017 thread!

    Please feel free to introduce yourself, chat to other applicants and ask us any questions you have about studying at Manchester Metropolitan University.

    Below are some links, which you may find useful when looking into studying with us:We look forward to hearing from you

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    Hi, how soon after sending off my application will mmu respond? I'm applying for primary ed


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    Hi, how soon after sending off my application will mmu respond? I'm applying for primary ed


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    Hi Sophie876,

    Applications can take up to 4-6 weeks to be processed. The first place that will be updated will be your UCAS Track so you will need to keep an eye on there for any updates.

    I hope this helps. If you have any more questions please do not hesitate to ask.

    Good luck with your application!

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    (Original post by Manchester Metropolitan University)
    Hi Everyone,

    Welcome to our official 2017 thread!

    Please feel free to introduce yourself, chat to other applicants and ask us any questions you have about studying at Manchester Metropolitan University.

    Below are some links, which you may find useful when looking into studying with us:

    We look forward to hearing from you

    Best wishes,

    Rebecca and Stewart
    How generous are MMU with unconditional offers for Forensic Psychology? Thanks!
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    (Original post by Rigby16)
    How generous are MMU with unconditional offers for Forensic Psychology? Thanks!
    Hi,

    All applications are assessed on an individual basis and unconditional offers depend on the applicants overall profile and vary from course to course.

    Satisfying the typical entry requirements for a course is not a guarantee of an offer of a place. Many courses are oversubscribed and applications are viewed holistically, taking into account your grades, grade predictions, reference and personal statement, including any relevant experience you may have.

    I hope this helps

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    Hi,

    How much do you take AS Levels into account for Law? Because I have fairly decent GCSEs (10 Bs, 1 A and an A*) but my AS Levels of ADDE aren't the best. My predicted grades are above the entry requirements, but I wondered if my AS levels would reflect badly upon me?

    In addition, is there any set criteria for unconditional offers, especially in Law?Many thanks
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    (Original post by pigeonsof99)
    Hi,

    How much do you take AS Levels into account for Law? Because I have fairly decent GCSEs (10 Bs, 1 A and an A*) but my AS Levels of ADDE aren't the best. My predicted grades are above the entry requirements, but I wondered if my AS levels would reflect badly upon me?

    In addition, is there any set criteria for unconditional offers, especially in Law?Many thanks
    I received an unconditional offer from Manchester met for Law and my AS results with BBB. But i have a lot of extracurricular.
    Hope you get your offer!
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    (Original post by Eliza2402)
    I received an unconditional offer from Manchester met for Law and my AS results with BBB. But i have a lot of extracurricular.
    Hope you get your offer!
    What were your predicted A2 grades btw? I have quite a lot of extra curricular too, thank god
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    (Original post by pigeonsof99)
    What were your predicted A2 grades btw? I have quite a lot of extra curricular too, thank god
    They were ABC 😊
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    (Original post by pigeonsof99)
    Hi,

    How much do you take AS Levels into account for Law? Because I have fairly decent GCSEs (10 Bs, 1 A and an A*) but my AS Levels of ADDE aren't the best. My predicted grades are above the entry requirements, but I wondered if my AS levels would reflect badly upon me?

    In addition, is there any set criteria for unconditional offers, especially in Law?Many thanks
    Hi,

    Offers are made based on predicted A2 grades, rather than AS Levels. Therefore if your predicted grades are above the entry requirements then you would be eligible to apply.

    We do not have a set criteria for unconditional offers. All applications are assessed on an individual basis and unconditional offers depend on the applicants overall profile and can vary.

    I hope this helps! If you have any more questions please get in touch.

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    (Original post by Eliza2402)
    I received an unconditional offer from Manchester met for Law and my AS results with BBB. But i have a lot of extracurricular.
    Hope you get your offer!
    Congratulations on your offer!
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    Unconditional offer for Software Engineering.

    Anyone else on or looking at this course?
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    (Original post by VikkiHanley)
    Unconditional offer for Software Engineering.

    Anyone else on or looking at this course?
    Hi VikkiHanley

    Congratulations on your offer! :thumbsup:

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    Hi VikkiHanley

    Congratulations on your offer! :thumbsup:

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    Hello!

    Is there any way to find out which courses were in clearing? Thanks!
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    Hi there,

    We won’t know which courses are going to be available through Clearing until late July or August. Keep an eye on our web site nearer the time.

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    Hi there,

    We won’t know which courses are going to be available through Clearing until late July or August. Keep an eye on our web site nearer the time.

    Best wishes,

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    Sorry, i should have made it clearer. Which courses were in clearing last acedemic year?
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    Roughly many people do you offer places to that are studying on an access course? Currently 19 and doing an access course in Humanities and applying for Philosophy, with this in mind, and the fact that it's only a year so no predicted grades, do you tend to overlook people doing my course a bit or are we all treated equally? Worrying about this so so much because MMU is 100% going to be my first choice but I'm just worried that I'm not going to be able to get the grades that you ask for.
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    (Original post by Rigby16)
    Sorry, i should have made it clearer. Which courses were in clearing last acedemic year?
    Hi,

    Unfortunately we do not keep records of courses that entered into clearing each year as it changes from year to year.

    When clearing opens the courses that are still available are listed on our website at http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/clearing/.

    I hope this helps.

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    (Original post by katienurd)
    Roughly many people do you offer places to that are studying on an access course? Currently 19 and doing an access course in Humanities and applying for Philosophy, with this in mind, and the fact that it's only a year so no predicted grades, do you tend to overlook people doing my course a bit or are we all treated equally? Worrying about this so so much because MMU is 100% going to be my first choice but I'm just worried that I'm not going to be able to get the grades that you ask for.
    Hi Katienurd,

    We treat applicants with Access to Higher Education Diplomas the same as if they were to have A Levels or BTEC's, so applying with an Access course doesn't put you at a disadvantage at all.

    For our BA (Hons) Philosophy we look for 106-112 UCAS points from an Access Diploma and GCSE at Grade C or Grade 4 in English Language.

    I hope this helps. Good luck with your application!

    Best wishes,

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    Hi,

    I'm making Manchester Metropolian metropolitan my first choice, I still am waiting for my tutor to give me my reference so I can send of my application, and I'm anxious im already to late as people are already sending their applications.
 
 
 
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