Cheating to get a contextual offerWatch
And, do you want to spend your entire degree waiting for that tap on the shoulder.
Uni’s use more than one marker to determine contextual eligibility. The school itself would limit their chances of qualifying. No one is going to see the purchase of a house as a wise investment to perhaps get a one grade reduction in an offer.
I know it's stupid but it was purely a hypothetical question. I was wondering whether someone could pretend to go to a really bad school or live in a really poor area while receiving private tuition...
This would not be possible. They can’t pretend to go to another school and then have predicted grades and a reference magically come from a private tutor.
Loooolll i went private school in a different country and my friends and I we all got contextual offers based on our addresses. It happens a lot and we didn’t even know that we would be flagged for living in “poor” areas. Btw we all got home fees too. They saw we went school to an international school
I’m from the UK but I lived in Doha for a few years. I go uni in London and I got contextual offer. I was really confused as I went to private school and I didn’t think my home address in the UK was poor but they gave me a contextual offer. Many private school kids also get contextual offers even if they go to a private school.
This is why most uni’s use two or more markers.