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    Im abit confused, ive searched online for a while and i still havent found an answer. the course was a Unconditional offer (firmly accepted))
    the letter says..

    Dear Mr ******

    Congratulations! Your place at ********* University to study ******** has been confirmed. Subject to you meeting any outstanding non-academic conditions* you’ll begin the course on **** September 2017 with a point of entry *****

    If the university or college listed above was your insurance choice, your firm choice application has been unsuccessful. If you believe your firm choice should have accepted you, please contact the university or college immediately.

    This letter is official proof of your place – you may wish to print it to keep for your records.

    When you accepted the offer of a place on this course, a contract was made between you and your chosen university or college. If you have changed your mind, please read the information below which explains what you need to do next depending on what you want to change. Note that if you decide to not take up this place, you will need to contact the university or college on *********

    If you received better grades than you expected, you may be able to secure a place on an alternative course using our Adjustment service.

    There’s lots more advice to help you prepare for your studies at www.ucas.com.

    We wish you every success and the best of luck for the future.

    Yours sincerely

    UCAS



    *Non-academic conditions may include inoculations, satisfactory medical report, police checks, etc. Please re-read the details of your offer and check with your university or college if you’re unsure which conditions apply.

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    its says *Non-academic conditions , not my grades, I did a BTEC National dip worth 3 alevels, does this mean i have got the grades technically?, as i dont know since i havent seen them yet
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    If it was unconditional then obvs you're getting in
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    (Original post by Xenodium)
    Im abit confused, ive searched online for a while and i still havent found an answer. the course was a Unconditional offer (firmly accepted))
    the letter says..

    Dear Mr ******

    Congratulations! Your place at ********* University to study ******** has been confirmed. Subject to you meeting any outstanding non-academic conditions* you’ll begin the course on **** September 2017 with a point of entry *****

    If the university or college listed above was your insurance choice, your firm choice application has been unsuccessful. If you believe your firm choice should have accepted you, please contact the university or college immediately.

    This letter is official proof of your place – you may wish to print it to keep for your records.

    When you accepted the offer of a place on this course, a contract was made between you and your chosen university or college. If you have changed your mind, please read the information below which explains what you need to do next depending on what you want to change. Note that if you decide to not take up this place, you will need to contact the university or college on *********

    If you received better grades than you expected, you may be able to secure a place on an alternative course using our Adjustment service.

    There’s lots more advice to help you prepare for your studies at www.ucas.com.

    We wish you every success and the best of luck for the future.

    Yours sincerely

    UCAS



    *Non-academic conditions may include inoculations, satisfactory medical report, police checks, etc. Please re-read the details of your offer and check with your university or college if you’re unsure which conditions apply.

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    its says *Non-academic conditions , not my grades, I did a BTEC National dip worth 3 alevels, does this mean i have got the grades technically?, as i dont know since i havent seen them yet
    Unconditional is what it says - you have a place, irrespective of your grades.
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    (Original post by Xenodium)
    Im abit confused, ive searched online for a while and i still havent found an answer. the course was a Unconditional offer (firmly accepted))
    the letter says..

    Dear Mr ******

    Congratulations! Your place at ********* University to study ******** has been confirmed. Subject to you meeting any outstanding non-academic conditions* you’ll begin the course on **** September 2017 with a point of entry *****

    If the university or college listed above was your insurance choice, your firm choice application has been unsuccessful. If you believe your firm choice should have accepted you, please contact the university or college immediately.

    This letter is official proof of your place – you may wish to print it to keep for your records.

    When you accepted the offer of a place on this course, a contract was made between you and your chosen university or college. If you have changed your mind, please read the information below which explains what you need to do next depending on what you want to change. Note that if you decide to not take up this place, you will need to contact the university or college on *********

    If you received better grades than you expected, you may be able to secure a place on an alternative course using our Adjustment service.

    There’s lots more advice to help you prepare for your studies at www.ucas.com.

    We wish you every success and the best of luck for the future.

    Yours sincerely

    UCAS



    *Non-academic conditions may include inoculations, satisfactory medical report, police checks, etc. Please re-read the details of your offer and check with your university or college if you’re unsure which conditions apply.

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    its says *Non-academic conditions , not my grades, I did a BTEC National dip worth 3 alevels, does this mean i have got the grades technically?, as i dont know since i havent seen them yet
    It may be that they've received your results or it may be that they've made your place unconditional regardless of your results. Some universities have been doing that this month so that applicants can't use Adjustment to go to a different university.
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    It may be that they've received your results or it may be that they've made your place unconditional regardless of your results. Some universities have been doing that this month so that applicants can't use Adjustment to go to a different university.
    That's so slimy :/
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    That's so slimy :/
    It is

    Unconditional offers for students still waiting for results are always for the benefit of the university not for the applicant.
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    (Original post by matty1356)
    If it was unconditional then obvs you're getting in
    It was a conditional offer at first though, seems they have changed it
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    Yes i got the same thing last month, but it being results day tomorrow im double checking everywhere to make sure im right and im definable going to university nomatter what grades i get haha
 
 
 
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