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Hi,
I applied for one college through an agent. The agent accepted the offer without consulting me (the day I received the offer). I paid no deposit but the college guideline mentions a 14 day clause after accepting and gives a 2 month period for accepting the offer. Ofc, the agent assures me I can withdraw my acceptance whenever I want (by July if I decide not to go there). And it's better to accept the offer and keep. But I haven't received any offer or accepted any before this. And I don't want to be hoodwinked or legally bound to a decision I didn't take.

Please help / give advice. On general: how many offers can you accept at once? What is the 14 day period? How does this all work? Can I withdraw my acceptance after 14 days if I find a better college / course.

I am still applying to places. And really unsure about joininh this university.
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You need to read the information in your offer letter and any accompanying information.

And fire your agent. They shouldn’t be making decisions without your agreement. That’s not what they’re paid for.

Without knowing which course and university you’re talking about and how you applied and any conditions on your offer it’s difficult to say how committed you are.
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