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    What month do they usually do that in?

    I will be applying in 2010 and I wont have done my leaving cert (Ireland) so i guess the best i can hope for is a conditional offer (Will they tell me what grades they want?)

    Do they always send you an offer before they let give you a place? (not incl. clearing)

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    Any point from when you apply to March/April time. Really is no predicting it whatsoever, I'm afraid. And yes if you get a conditional offer then it will specify what conditions. And yes they will send you an offer, how else would they?
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    (Original post by Melana)
    how else would they?
    Thanks for the reply.

    Its different here in Ireland, you apply in January and you dont know who has accepted you until the results in August.
    This way is better
 
 
 
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