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    I still have time but I'm going to open days for all of the unis this month (apart from London SB) but I want some advice! I've applied for English and creative writing

    My offers are:
    CARDIFF MET (UNCONDITIONAL) - It doesn't say anywhere that I have to choose it
    SWANSEA - ABB - This is the closest uni to me and the hardest grades
    BATH SPA - (THEY EMAILED ME SAYING IF I FIRM IT SAYS MY GRADES WON'T BE AS IMPORTANT?) BCC
    ABERYSTWYTH - BBB - I'm not entirely interested in the uni but I'm doing a scholarship exam that might give me lots of money and an unconditional/accomodation
    LONDON SOUTH BANK - BCC
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    (Original post by sianwilkins)
    I still have time but I'm going to open days for all of the unis this month (apart from London SB) but I want some advice! I've applied for English and creative writing

    My offers are:
    CARDIFF MET (UNCONDITIONAL) - It doesn't say anywhere that I have to choose it
    SWANSEA - ABB - This is the closest uni to me and the hardest grades
    BATH SPA - (THEY EMAILED ME SAYING IF I FIRM IT SAYS MY GRADES WON'T BE AS IMPORTANT?) BCC
    ABERYSTWYTH - BBB - I'm not entirely interested in the uni but I'm doing a scholarship exam that might give me lots of money and an unconditional/accomodation
    LONDON SOUTH BANK - BCC
    Choose the uni which has the course that fits you the most. Look through the modules and see which ones you enjoy more. Honestly which university that you like more should be your firm regardless of whether the offer is unconditional or not. Of course the scholarship is also a point of consideration and accommodation and where the uni is located etc... but look at the course first. Visiting all the universities for an open day would be extremely helpful and you should definitely do that before deciding. Good luck! and Congratulations on all your offers!
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    (Original post by wolfmoon88)
    Choose the uni which has the course that fits you the most. Look through the modules and see which ones you enjoy more. Honestly which university that you like more should be your firm regardless of whether the offer is unconditional or not. Of course the scholarship is also a point of consideration and accommodation and where the uni is located etc... but look at the course first. Visiting all the universities for an open day would be extremely helpful and you should definitely do that before deciding. Good luck! and Congratulations on all your offers!

    Thank you so much!
 
 
 
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