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hi, just got an offer of ABB for law at york!! my predicted grades are A*AA and it's a contextual offer lmk if anyone else has received offers and what course!!
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CONGRATULATIONS!!! Good luck on your A-Levels, with an offer and predicted grades like those I think you'll do fantastic.

I also recently got an offer, for History and Politics . As an international student my "conditional offer" is that I send an official record of my already achieved exam grades, which is honestly really nice.
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CONGRATULATIONS!!! Good luck on your A-Levels, with an offer and predicted grades like those I think you'll do fantastic.

I also recently got an offer, for History and Politics . As an international student my "conditional offer" is that I send an official record of my already achieved exam grades, which is honestly really nice.
thank you very much, congratulations to you too! you're basically in already then haha
what other unis are you applying to?
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hi, just got an offer of ABB for law at york!! my predicted grades are A*AA and it's a contextual offer lmk if anyone else has received offers and what course!!
dolcie000 _kale!_ That's amazing, congratulations to you two!! A reminder that our undergraduate offer holder Instagram page is now live!

Please dm us your UCAS number, full name and course in order to get access :nyan:
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hi, just got an offer of ABB for law at york!! my predicted grades are A*AA and it's a contextual offer lmk if anyone else has received offers and what course!!
did you apply to the york access scheme?
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did you apply to the york access scheme?
nope, i'm contextual due to my school, college and area
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nope, i'm contextual due to my school, college and area
what are your other options if you dont mind me asking. i got the same predicted grades im just struggling with my final choice that being sheffield or york.
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what are your other options if you dont mind me asking. i got the same predicted grades im just struggling with my final choice that being sheffield or york.
my options for law are oxford, durham, bristol, york and exeter! i qualify as contextual for all of them (other than oxford who don't actually offer contextual) what are your choices and subject?
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my options for law are oxford, durham, bristol, york and exeter! i qualify as contextual for all of them (other than oxford who don't actually offer contextual) what are your choices and subject?
im gonna do law also and i qualify for contextual for every uni but sheffield and of course oxford. my choices are oxford, notts, bristol, leeds, sheffield. i wanna put in york in there somewhere but idk what to replace.
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im gonna do law also and i qualify for contextual for every uni but sheffield and of course oxford. my choices are oxford, notts, bristol, leeds, sheffield. i wanna put in york in there somewhere but idk what to replace.
i think possibly switch it for sheffield then if they don't give you contextual? but at the end of the day it's down to whichever you prefer
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i think possibly switch it for sheffield then if they don't give you contextual? but at the end of the day it's down to whichever you prefer
thats what i was thinking. anyway thanks for the advice.
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CONGRATULATIONS!!! Good luck on your A-Levels, with an offer and predicted grades like those I think you'll do fantastic.

I also recently got an offer, for History and Politics . As an international student my "conditional offer" is that I send an official record of my already achieved exam grades, which is honestly really nice.
I've got a contextual offer (AAC or AA Merit) for History and English.
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well done on your offer! I was just wondering how long York took to give you an offer?
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when does york give out english offers
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i think possibly switch it for sheffield then if they don't give you contextual? but at the end of the day it's down to whichever you prefer
hi sorry im dumb can someone tell me what a contextual offer means?
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when does york give out english offers
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thats what i was thinking. anyway thanks for the advice.
Also which is the better choice? York or Sheffield? (for law)
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Also which is the better choice? York or Sheffield? (for law)
well not much difference with reputation its just about preference (distance, how you are taught etc). but i think if u look at league tables york is above.
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hi sorry im dumb can someone tell me what a contextual offer means?
It's an offer that is lower than the standard one to widen participation on certain courses at certain universities. It's made if certain criteria are fulfilled and normally includes things like school attended, having being in care, having a dependent parent or coming from a family which has never sent someone to uni etc.
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