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Should I apply to uni if I meet the contextual offer but not the actual offer
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If this contextual offer is what you'll be required to get then I can't see why not
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Should I apply to uni if I meet the contextual offer but not the actual offer
If you are certain that you meet the eligibility criteria for the contextual offer, then yes, you can apply. That’s not a guarantee of an offer though.
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If you are certain that you meet the eligibility criteria for the contextual offer, then yes, you can apply. That’s not a guarantee of an offer though.
I used the schools eligibility calculator and it says I’m eligible. I want to study politics and economics at lse which requires AAA but I’m predicted AAB, the contextual offer however is AAB, which i fit. Would this be fine
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I used the schools eligibility calculator and it says I’m eligible. I want to study politics and economics at lse which requires AAA but I’m predicted AAB, the contextual offer however is AAB, which i fit. Would this be fine
It’s fine to apply and be considered, yes.
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It’s fine to apply and be considered, yes.
To add to this, you apply to 5 universities and only accept 2 once you've had your offers from them so even if it's not 100% guaranteed to get the contextual offer, it's still fine to apply for it.
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To add to this, you apply to 5 universities and only accept 2 once you've had your offers from them so even if it's not 100% guaranteed to get the contextual offer, it's still fine to apply for it.
Yes. Absolutely fine.
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