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    Hey guys, I have 4 conditional offers and 1 unconditional offer. The unconditional one is for an okay-ish university (but the course is VERY good for me). One of the conditional offers is from a brilliant uni (but it needs grades that I'm not sure I'll meet-I may but I take very hard subjects) and the other 3 conditional offers all require decent grades (they aren't easy grades to get but they're easier to get than the other conditional offer's grades). If you were in this position, what would you do?
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    Hey guys, I have 4 conditional offers and 1 unconditional offer. The unconditional one is for an okay-ish university (but the course is VERY good for me). One of the conditional offers is from a brilliant uni (but it needs grades that I'm not sure I'll meet-I may but I take very hard subjects) and the other 3 conditional offers all require decent grades (they aren't easy grades to get but they're easier to get than the other conditional offer's grades). If you were in this position, what would you do?
    Not enough information. Id probably go for the best uni I thought I had a decent chance at and then have a slightly lower insurance. I would tend to back myself.
 
 
 

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