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    (Original post by bikinmad)
    I didnt suggest that, thats what a teacher said, and i wasnt saying i agree/disagree with the statement, i was merely just looking to see if that backed up the statement.

    But at the minute, i am getting told to ring the uni by ucas, saying its a fault on there end why my track has not updated, and ucas telling me the uni has yet to make a decision. Only reason why im trying to hurry it up is im going on holiday soon, and was hoping to get everything sorted out before my holiday.
    What did the uni say? Lines have been open for at least 6hrs already today....
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    Ah sorry, meant to say the uni have accepted me, and also said they have updated a track, but the ucas site is just taking a long time to update, but theyve said that since friday. Only reason im hurrying is that ive been told once your offer becomes unconditional, ucas sends you an acceptance letter, telling you to send them an email to confirm you have accepted your offer?
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    (Original post by bikinmad)
    Ah sorry, meant to say the uni have accepted me, and also said they have updated a track, but the ucas site is just taking a long time to update, but theyve said that since friday. Only reason im hurrying is that ive been told once your offer becomes unconditional, ucas sends you an acceptance letter, telling you to send them an email to confirm you have accepted your offer?
    I might be wrong, but as far as i'm aware you only have to contact UCAS again if you don't want to take your firm choice....
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    You only contact them if you want to withdraw your application. That is, according to the letter they sent me.
 
 
 
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