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I'm applying for lancaster… the computer science course and my Ucas is 3 A's and an A in my epq so i will probe get a unconditional when i apply….. entry is ABB as i have an A in my epq and u also need a grade 4 in english and a grade 6 in maths at gcse to get in. I got a 5 at maths not a 6. i am doing maths now and am getting predicted a A but i think they won't give me a unconditional as i didn't get a 6 at gcse what u think?
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Ive never understood this unconditional offer hype. You want to do your best at A level as they matter even after you have a degree. If you cannot meet the entry requirements at A level, its likely that even if you got into the course, you would not perform as well as your peers and ultimately struggle?

To answer, your question though. The unconditional offers are normally given out after an interview (or they used to be at least). As Compsci is a maths based subject, it would be unusual for an unconditional offer to be given without meeting the GCSE requirement, as you have not shown your ability to meet the level of maths for the course while most other candidates would have the GCSE grade already.

You'll likely get an offer however, so i wouldn't stress!

Good luck!!!
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I'm applying for lancaster… the computer science course and my Ucas is 3 A's and an A in my epq so i will probe get a unconditional when i apply….. entry is ABB as i have an A in my epq and u also need a grade 4 in english and a grade 6 in maths at gcse to get in. I got a 5 at maths not a 6. i am doing maths now and am getting predicted a A but i think they won't give me a unconditional as i didn't get a 6 at gcse what u think?
Hello, :wavey:

It is great to hear you're interested in studying at Lancaster University. As a current student, I think you have made an excellent decision choosing to apply. I would recommend contacting the admissions team at [email protected] or 01524 592028 who should be able to provide clarification.

Good luck with your studies. Any questions about life at Lancaster University then please get in touch.

Best wishes,

Rebecca

Lancaster University Management School Student Ambassador
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