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    I was reading in the back of a prospectus that any applicant who can already meet part of a course requirement when applying will be given "full credit" in any offer made. Does anyone know exactly what this means? Is it simply that they acknowledge that you already have the grade/s so you don't need to get them as part of their offer?
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    I was reading in the back of a prospectus that any applicant who can already meet part of a course requirement when applying will be given "full credit" in any offer made. Does anyone know exactly what this means? Is it simply that they acknowledge that you already have the grade/s so you don't need to get them as part of their offer?
    I think it’s referring to the fact some universities will permit certain students who have satisfied certain requirements entry to the 2nd or 3rd year. Or it could simply mean any applicant who has already met certain criteria will receive a reduced offer.
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