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I really would like to have my place at dmu()
I have heard that some ppl recieved unconditional offer if they make them as a firm choice and i wonder if im still waiting for three other courses is there still a chance they offer me a unconditional offer if i make them firm(when all uni reply and i will have to make a choice or if they didnt ask now so they wont ask at all). They want me 3 basic subjects with 50%. I got 96%/70% and one 46% but one extended at 53% and other one at 70%. Is there a chance they would offer me a place after i miss 4% from basic subject? Please help me cause im just a second from crying
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from my experience DMU give out a hell of a lot of unconditionals, when they make you an offer, if it is unconditional it will state that you need to make them your firm choice and then they will update UCAS track with the unconditional.
If you have received an offer which doesn't state this - then it is not unconditional and placing them as your firm wont make an difference as you will still need to meet the entry requirements.

im not sure on their requirements in terms of who gets an unconditional.
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from my experience DMU give out a hell of a lot of unconditionals, when they make you an offer, if it is unconditional it will state that you need to make them your firm choice and then they will update UCAS track with the unconditional.
If you have received an offer which doesn't state this - then it is not unconditional and placing them as your firm wont make an difference as you will still need to meet the entry requirements.

im not sure on their requirements in terms of who gets an unconditional.
should have i recevied this on ucas track somewhere in list? or they would just send me e-mail or contact in other way? cause i didnt get any information from ucas as it said only to achive 50+ btw havent i already met the conditions? i have 2x basic 50+ and 2 extended 50+ doesnt it mean i already meet the given goals? im really stressed )
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should have i recevied this on ucas track somewhere in list? or they would just send me e-mail or contact in other way? cause i didnt get any information from ucas as it said only to achive 50+ btw havent i already met the conditions? i have 2x basic 50+ and 2 extended 50+ doesnt it mean i already meet the given goals? im really stressed )
having met the goals doesnt automatically get you an unconditional, i assume youre still awaiting results?
unconditionals are based off personal statements and references etc, not just grades.

when they made an offer they would have stated on track if it was unconditional
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i have gap year and retaking some subjects to increase %

thats a shame i thought if i already met goals then i have safe place but then i would have to worry for a year straight
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i have gap year and retaking some subjects to increase %

thats a shame i thought if i already met goals then i have safe place but then i would have to worry for a year straight
Hi coolidoli,

Please don't worry too much. We give out unconditionals to some people with good predicted grades as well as people who have already achieved the grades stated in the entry requirements. However, this does not mean that everyone with the grades would receive an unconditional offer. What DMU goes the extra mile to look for is, as originalbiscotti said, the quality of your personal statement, your references, and who you are.

If you want some clarity, I would recommend speaking to our enquiries team. They may be able to give you a bigger picture of the selection process and suggest the best way forward for you. Their number is: +44 (0)116 2 50 60 70.

Let me know if you have any other questions, and good luck with everything

- Niamh
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