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Hi, I'm searching for unis (for comp science) and some of them have contextual offers. Is a contextual offer guaranteed as long as you meet all the requirements? I've checked and I'm eligible for them. In that case, should I base my choices around this? My predicted are AAA. Some go down to AAB or ABB.
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Hi, I'm searching for unis (for comp science) and some of them have contextual offers. Is a contextual offer guaranteed as long as you meet all the requirements? I've checked and I'm eligible for them. In that case, should I base my choices around this? My predicted are AAA. Some go down to AAB or ABB.
If a uni decides to make you an offer then that offer will be the contextual one if you meet the requirements.
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If you are certain you meet the criteria for a Contextual offer, you only need to be predicted the same grades as the Contextual offer. There are no guarantees - but if you get an offer it'll be those lower grades.
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