Do i need to rush to make a decision and accept an offer?

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Georgev21
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Hi everyone, I'm in a bit of a unique situation and could use some help on some simple questions.

I'm currently a first year student doing a degree i hate (law), therefore i applied (last week) to start from scratch at a new uni and course this September through UCAS.

I have (out of my 4 choices) received 2 unconditional offers. I need to know if i need to rush to make a decision? I'm worried that as I have applied late, my place may go to someone else or can i wait and these places will still be there?
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There’s no need to rush anything. You won’t have a reply deadline until you hear back from all your choices. Until then, your current offers are safe and can’t be withdrawn.
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(Original post by Admit-One)
There’s no need to rush anything. You won’t have a reply deadline until you hear back from all your choices. Until then, your current offers are safe and can’t be withdrawn.
Thanks, Once i hear back from all of my choices will my offers at that point be safe until the reply deadline (as in they cant be withdrawn)? 10th of june i think it is
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(Original post by Georgev21)
Thanks, Once i hear back from all of my choices will my offers at that point be safe until the reply deadline (as in they cant be withdrawn)? 10th of june i think it is
Totally safe.
Just make your decision before 10 June.
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