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Bigfish3333
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Hi guys. I've accept a conditional offer about a month ago and the only condition is to achieve 2:1 in my undergraduate degree. However I've just noticed that the university states that the language requirement of my course is Ielts 6.5 on their website. Although I got 7 in Ielts it was already expired when I was applying for the course. I have included the results in my application but I did not state when did I take the test as I wasn't required to do so.

Now I am worried that the university just assumed that my Ielts results is still "valid" and so did not include it in the conditions. If they know my results are expired they might cancel the offer? Also, I am currently studying in the UK so perhaps it automatically met the language requirements without having to provide the results of Ielts? What should I do now? Thanks.

Edit: I am not sure whether I had to include the date of the my Ielts results but If I did I would be obvious that the results were expired.
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Expired IELTS results are not valid that's for sure, but seeing that it's not in your academic conditions I imagine they've waived that requirement for another reason.
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(Original post by MickeyOllyLee)
Expired IELTS results are not valid that's for sure, but seeing that it's not in your academic conditions I imagine they've waived that requirement for another reason.
So I do not have to take Ielts again in order to receive an unconditional offer? I found that they state "sudents who have taken their education entirely in the medium of English and can demonstrate that they have successfully completed a recognised degree will be deemed to have an acceptable English language qualification" Maybe this is the reason why?
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