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    *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.

    These are the only conditions for my unconditional offer but it does not say anything about passing my course.

    I am doing a new BTEC spec for my course which, (unfortunately for me) has exams (2 each year so 4 all together) and the outcome of these weigh heavily, seeing how not passing one of them would mean I fail the whole course (Yes, waste of 2 years just coz of 1 exam!).

    I almost always receive Distinction for all my coursework units so exam results are my only worry. I have already taken my exams for 2nd year and the results are due in a week's time. I need to know whether or not passing my course has any influence on my unconditional offer!?

    TL;DR- Would failing my BTEC course revoke my unconditional offer?
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    *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.

    These are the only conditions for my unconditional offer but it does not say anything about passing my course.

    I am doing a new BTEC spec for my course which, (unfortunately for me) has exams (2 each year so 4 all together) and the outcome of these weigh heavily, seeing how not passing one of them would mean I fail the whole course (Yes, waste of 2 years just coz of 1 exam!).

    I almost always receive Distinction for all my coursework units so exam results are my only worry. I have already taken my exams for 2nd year and the results are due in a week's time. I need to know whether or not passing my course has any influence on my unconditional offer!?

    TL;DR- Would failing my BTEC course revoke my unconditional offer?

    Nope, It doesn't matter whether you fail or pass.But make sure you accept the offer before result
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    Nope, It doesn't matter whether you fail or pass.But make sure you accept the offer before result
    That I did

    Whew, I'm shizzing myself here thinking what kinda situation I'd be in if my firm (unconditional offer) rejected me.

    My insurance wouldn't accept me anyway if I fail my course.

    I am really hoping you're right!
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    That I did

    Whew, I'm shizzing myself here thinking what kinda situation I'd be in if my firm (unconditional offer) rejected me.

    My insurance wouldn't accept me anyway if I fail my course.

    I am really hoping you're right!

    just chill you already accepted trust me........
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    (Original post by JDieMstr)
    *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.

    These are the only conditions for my unconditional offer but it does not say anything about passing my course.

    I am doing a new BTEC spec for my course which, (unfortunately for me) has exams (2 each year so 4 all together) and the outcome of these weigh heavily, seeing how not passing one of them would mean I fail the whole course (Yes, waste of 2 years just coz of 1 exam!).

    I almost always receive Distinction for all my coursework units so exam results are my only worry. I have already taken my exams for 2nd year and the results are due in a week's time. I need to know whether or not passing my course has any influence on my unconditional offer!?

    TL;DR- Would failing my BTEC course revoke my unconditional offer?
    Hi!

    I would recommend giving the relevant Admissions Team a ring to discuss your offer as they are the best people to speak to.

    A list of the Admissions Teams can be found at http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/study/undergra...2018/my-offer/.

    I hope this helps

    Rebecca
 
 
 
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