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    I applied for a University and got a letter in the post of an unconditional offer and it said once i make it my firm choice they will change it to unconditional it currently is conditional and it said if it was my insurance it wouldn't be unconditional

    It is my firm and has been for about 2 weeks
    why hasn't it changed
    can they revoke it now?

    No, a uni is not allowed to take back an unconditional offer. I got an unconditional offer myself (if firmed) to study Media and Communications. I took it up and it took about 16 days. just have a bit of patience, it'll come through soon.

    As my mum said to me whilst I was waiting for it to come through, 'A watched pot never boils'

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    i got this too, its because ucas will only update when and if you firm dmu it is unconditional (if you firm it) so dont worry
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