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    I received a conditional offer of AAB from Nottingham. My results came out a few days ago and i achieved A*BB. I've met my grades but my offer is still stated as conditional every time i check my application on UCAS track. Should i email them or should i wait a few weeks?

    Actually i'm not even sure if they'll accept me with my grades.
    I'm an international student by the way.
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    Technically, you needed to achieve at least 2 A's and one B. While you may have got an A*, you still didn't meet the condition of 2 A's.

    However, they may take into account your A* and let it compensate for that extra B grade. Best to phone up/ email (speaking to someone directly is best) and see what they say.

    Good luck! Hope you get your place :crossedf:
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    (Original post by BrainyBengali)
    Technically, you needed to achieve at least 2 A's and one B. While you may have got an A*, you still didn't meet the condition of 2 A's.

    However, they may take into account your A* and let it compensate for that extra B grade. Best to phone up/ email (speaking to someone directly is best) and see what they say.

    Good luck! Hope you get your place :crossedf:
    Thank you for the advice.I'll email them
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    If emailing doesn't get back to you soon (or even if they do,) I'd still suggest calling them up - it's always best to talk directly and not just electronically. Good, emails will be proof of their decision, but talking to them may be more reassuring
 
 
 
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