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    I got an offer from Brighton which is really where I want to go and it is unconditional if I firm, so I did firm but I also put an insurance choice (unconditional at Portsmouth) - is this okay? And why hasn't the Brighton offer changed from conditional to unconditional yet even though I have firmed?
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    I got an offer from Brighton which is really where I want to go and it is unconditional if I firm, so I did firm but I also put an insurance choice (unconditional at Portsmouth) - is this okay? And why hasn't the Brighton offer changed from conditional to unconditional yet even though I have firmed?
    It is fine, but it doesnt really make sense as when you accept the unconditional they are bound to accept, unless something you told them is false. Plymouth is never likely to be activated.

    It takes a while for UCAS to catch up as Brighton need to tell them.
    As long as you have the offer in writing and it is before the time you made it firm , then you are ok.
 
 
 
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