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My uni gave me a conditional offer, now I went back into UCAS track to check and it now says 'UNCONDITIONAL OFFER ACCEPTED'. wtf?? it was always conditional??? how did it magically change to unconditional??
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My uni gave me a conditional offer, now I went back into UCAS track to check and it now says 'UNCONDITIONAL OFFER ACCEPTED'. wtf?? it was always conditional??? how did it magically change to unconditional??
seems like the university might have decided to take you without your results, presuming you are waiting on your a level results?
are you comfortable sharing a cropped track screenshot?
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My uni gave me a conditional offer, now I went back into UCAS track to check and it now says 'UNCONDITIONAL OFFER ACCEPTED'. wtf?? it was always conditional??? how did it magically change to unconditional??
What was the conditions of your offer?
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My uni gave me a conditional offer, now I went back into UCAS track to check and it now says 'UNCONDITIONAL OFFER ACCEPTED'. wtf?? it was always conditional??? how did it magically change to unconditional??
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My uni gave me a conditional offer, now I went back into UCAS track to check and it now says 'UNCONDITIONAL OFFER ACCEPTED'. wtf?? it was always conditional??? how did it magically change to unconditional??
You posted a month ago that you got distinction in a UAL Extended Diploma.

Your university will have that result from ualab via ucas https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/r...g-exam-results and will have updated your status as you met your offer conditions.
It’s not magic - it’s just how it works when you have a conditional offer with conditions of qualifications that are sent to universities by the exam boards.
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You posted a month ago that you got distinction in a UAL Extended Diploma.

Your university will have that result from ualab via ucas https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/r...g-exam-results and will have updated your status as you met your offer conditions.
It’s not magic - it’s just how it works when you have a conditional offer with conditions of qualifications that are sent to universities by the exam boards.
oh. but why didn't it say "CONDITIONAL OFFER FIRMLY ACCEPTED" instead? why 'UNCONDITIONAL OFFER FIRMLY ACCEPTED'?
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seems like the university might have decided to take you without your results, presuming you are waiting on your a level results?
are you comfortable sharing a cropped track screenshot?
sure. here's the screenshot. Name:  Screenshot 2019-08-10 at 12.05.07.png
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the conditions were to get a Merit, but I got a distinction. but the offer should still be conditional? just 'conditional offer accepted', I thought it would say?
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What was the conditions of your offer?
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sure. here's the screenshot. Name:  Screenshot 2019-08-10 at 12.05.07.png
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You re in congratulations
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You re in congratulations
yes, but it says 'unconditional accepted' but I was offered a conditional, not an unconditional.
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you've met the conditions so your offer is no longer conditional
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yes, but it says 'unconditional accepted' but I was offered a conditional, not an unconditional.
that's just the standard wording it changes to if you have your place confirmed.
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you've met the conditions so your offer is no longer conditional
Ohhhh that makes a lot more sense. Wish someone worded that for me before, thanks.
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