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    So I just wanna know if anyone has been in a situation like this so they can tell me from their own experience.
    I’m definitely going to study a Maths BSc from September 2018 at university and I’ve emailed all my university undergraduate admissions. I’m studying alevel maths and physics and a diploma btec (2 grades) Engineering. The requirements they have all given me is minimum 2 Distinctions and an A in a-level maths (they’ve not given anything for physics so I’m guessing it’s irrelevant considering I’m wanting to do maths at university and my a-level maths and engineering make up 3 grades total)
    My question is, after applying via UCAS, will the offers on UCAS given by my universities after applying to the universities and the offers on the email be the same? I don’t see why they wouldn’t be because none of the universities stated they will vary depending on the UCAS applications
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    So I just wanna know if anyone has been in a situation like this so they can tell me from their own experience.
    I’m definitely going to study a Maths BSc from September 2018 at university and I’ve emailed all my university undergraduate admissions. I’m studying alevel maths and physics and a diploma btec (2 grades) Engineering. The requirements they have all given me is minimum 2 Distinctions and an A in a-level maths (they’ve not given anything for physics so I’m guessing it’s irrelevant considering I’m wanting to do maths at university and my a-level maths and engineering make up 3 grades total)
    My question is, after applying via UCAS, will the offers on UCAS given by my universities after applying to the universities and the offers on the email be the same? I don’t see why they wouldn’t be because none of the universities stated they will vary depending on the UCAS applications
    Unis can give different offers, but i would expect so as offers are almost always set in terms of three A levels or equivalent and they will want an A in Maths, which means they have to pick the btec. If you fall sort , then they can take the other A level into consideration.

    If unsure then ask them or just be patient and wait.
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    The offers should be the same, unless there is other info you added on UCAS that affects what they offer.
    If it happens that they are different, you could call and ask why.
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