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    No, you need to get the results they have asked for before the university will allow you to register for the course - that's why its called a conditional offer. Just do your best in the exam - good luck
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    If you don't meet your offer then contact the universities with the results of your IELTS and ask if you they will still take you. If they've made a conditional offer based on a specific grade then thats what they want - they may be flexible or they may not. It's up to them.

    Rather than worrying about what might happen, just focus on preparing for the test.
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    you mean there is no single way? that I provide them better result next month?

    Its unfair. Is there any chance the university might accept delay on that?
    I remember someone here in university of sheffield about 2-3 years ago, he applied(not through UCAS) and then registered conditionally and then took the university english exam in the middle of his 1st year studies and continued studying. Its unfair that rules change

    would appreciate more help ...
    The rules haven't changed: you have to meet the terms of any conditional offer by 2 September. It is up to the university to decide whether to accept you if you don't meet the conditions they have set.
 
 
 
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