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    I know you can check your track early in the morning on the 20th August
    Scary!
    But what will it acutally say?
    Accepted or declined? or does it say conditional or unconditional?
    But... my current offer is 'conditional' but what happens if my track hasnt been updated on results day, and it still says conditional? But then.. what if it has been updated and it says conditional (becuase i didnt get the grades)...how will i know?
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    I believe accepted/declined. If it remains unchanged then it hasn't been updated I would think.
    Is a bit early for threads like this..
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    First off, don't bother checking before about 7 o'clock if you must check at all. This is probably the earliest that you'll get any sort of update.

    Once it has been updated your conditional should change to either Unconditional, Unsuccessful or Unconditional Changed Course (UCC). If any of these show up then you know for sure whether you have been accepted or not.

    However, it is possible that you will remain as conditional for a while as your Uni(s) have either have not updated UCAS or still are deciding what they would like to do you if you have missed the grade. To know which you'll just need to get yourself down to your 6th form/college.

    Good luck with your results!
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...on_results_day
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    Hopefully it'll say 'accepted'!
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    I'm betting on myself reading "unsuccessful" as "unconditional", and vice versa.
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    (Original post by princessbecky)
    I know you can check your track early in the morning on the 20th August
    Scary!
    But what will it acutally say?
    Accepted or declined? or does it say conditional or unconditional?
    But... my current offer is 'conditional' but what happens if my track hasnt been updated on results day, and it still says conditional? But then.. what if it has been updated and it says conditional (becuase i didnt get the grades)...how will i know?
    You took the thread outta my mouth Lol, I was gna post summat like this cuz its been bugging me since I finished my last exam! :eek:

    I read on the UCAS website that it's gna be updated around mid-day.. which I dnt like Lol, as I wnt be able to sleep due to the anticipation. But I also heard that if its UCC, they phone u before hand and let u know...
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    i read somewhere that it'll say confirmed. also our head of 6th form told us that all uni's are supposed to tell UCAS what's going on by midnight that night, so you can check anytime from then onwards. or so we were told.
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    (Original post by HDamnation)
    First off, don't bother checking before about 7 o'clock if you must check at all. This is probably the earliest that you'll get any sort of update.

    Once it has been updated your conditional should change to either Unconditional, Unsuccessful or Unconditional Changed Course (UCC). If any of these show up then you know for sure whether you have been accepted or not.

    However, it is possible that you will remain as conditional for a while as your Uni(s) have either have not updated UCAS or still are deciding what they would like to do you if you have missed the grade. To know which you'll just need to get yourself down to your 6th form/college.

    Good luck with your results!
    Thank you so much
    Hopefully it will change to 'Unconditional'.
    What does 'Unconditional Changed Course' mean?
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    (Original post by princessbecky)
    Thank you so much
    Hopefully it will change to 'Unconditional'.
    What does 'Unconditional Changed Course' mean?
    This means that they have accepted you, but not for the course you originally applied for. It'll be a similar course which probably has lesser requirements that you did meet. if you do get this, you have 5 days to decide whether you want to accept that new offer or not as they won't force you to do a course you don't want to :p:
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