Applying to uni relying on contextual offers

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Anonymous29461
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Hey so I’m looking at sending my ucas off soon and I’m predicted BBB , I want to study biochemistry. I am eligible for contextual offers from many unis but some I’m thinning of applying to are : Newcastle (BBC), Warwick (BBB) , Exeter (BBB-BBC) , Liverpool (ABB standard entry requirements but contextual offer 2 grades below) and then Sussex (BCC). So given that I qualify/ meet contextual data requirements to get contextual offers would my predicted be okay for the courses ? Would I have to apply separately for contextual offers or would I get them automatically with any potential offers ?
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If you are certain you qualify - remember that each Uni uses different criteria - then these choices seem sensible.
No, you dont have to 'apply' for a contextual offer - details in your application (home postcode etc) will automatically flag your application for each Uni.
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