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    I recently applied for a university and got sent a letter a few days later saying I have received an unconditional offer. Anywho, about three weeks later my ucas finally updated and said it was a conditional error.

    I then contacted the university and said do i have an unconditional or a conditional offer, they asked to see the letter which i sent them and they said it was an error and that i have a conditional offer.

    So now I'm wondering how do i go about this? can they back track even though a formal letter/document was sent? shall i get my teachers to fight for the offer or do i just accept the 'error' and just aim for the grades?
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    which uni is this if you don't mind me asking? That uni is full of snakes. I would fight for it back.
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    Hey, If you have an email or proof from them offering you unconditional first, it has a good chance if you decide to fight for your offer. Yes I would say it is best you ask your teachers and personally I would fight for it.

    Definitely aim for the grades, but also I think its unfair of them to retract the unconditional like this. Best of luck!
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    University of West London, my teachers said they cannot back track a legal document so I am gonna go back to her and sort it out
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    which uni is this if you don't mind me asking? That uni is full of snakes. I would fight for it back.
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    thankyou i think that is what i will try to do!
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    Hey, If you have an email or proof from them offering you unconditional first, it has a good chance if you decide to fight for your offer. Yes I would say it is best you ask your teachers and personally I would fight for it.

    Definitely aim for the grades, but also I think its unfair of them to retract the unconditional like this. Best of luck!
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    (Original post by anonymous375)
    Hey, If you have an email or proof from them offering you unconditional first, it has a good chance if you decide to fight for your offer. Yes I would say it is best you ask your teachers and personally I would fight for it.

    Definitely aim for the grades, but also I think its unfair of them to retract the unconditional like this. Best of luck!
    I agree
 
 
 
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