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    Mathematics A
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    Further Mathematics....C:eek3:

    The conditions are AAB...any advice for clearing?
    I'm an oversea candidate btw.
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    Firm=UCL
    Insurance=Manchester

    Same conditions for the two.
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    Well have you checked track??? You might have gotten in.
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    Well have you checked track??? You might have gotten in.
    this, let us know how you got on.
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    Check track. Then phone up and beg...they accepted your application so it's not like they need to lose you, they were prepared to have you.
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    check track, and ring up the departments when it's morning here.
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    Thx guys, I've checked track it's still conditional.
    I'll ring the departments soon but what am i supposed to say to them?
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    You could always get it remarked.

    And, anyway - they might well let you in with AAC. What subject are you going for?
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    (Original post by Psycho0101)
    Isn't it obvious? :rolleyes:
    Give me some advices plz...I'm just not that good at English.
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    (Original post by ComputerSaysNo)
    You could always get it remarked.

    And, anyway - they might well let you in with AAC. What subject are you going for?
    I'm going for Mechanical Engineering. There's no vacancies in UCL in 2008 and 2007 and 2006......its gonna be hard.
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    (Original post by GONZYY)
    Thx guys, I've checked track it's still conditional.
    I'll ring the departments soon but what am i supposed to say to them?
    Oh, well, I don't know, how about begging them to let you in?

    The more pleases the better chances you have of getting in.
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    I thought the point of insurance was incase you didn't get what you were supposed to for your firm?

    I'm confused
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    (Original post by Hexasol)
    I thought the point of insurance was incase you didn't get what you were supposed to for your firm?

    I'm confused
    Yeah you are right .
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    (Original post by Hexasol)
    I thought the point of insurance was incase you didn't get what you were supposed to for your firm?

    I'm confused
    Yes the insurance is there in case you didn't get your firm but you don't just go to your insurance if you miss your firm. You still have to meet the offer lol
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    (Original post by Dynamitri)
    And yet you've applied for King's College London? :lolwut:

    One of the top schools in England. How bizarre, how bizarre. :confused:
    No I didn't...but I'll try it if I have to go for clearing.
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    I dunno but good luck honey. :jumphug:
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    ask about the possibility of a foundation year If you dont get into either. Its another year... but if you dont want to take a gap year it might be the only option
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    (Original post by GONZYY)
    Give me some advices plz...I'm just not that good at English.
    Send an email explaining the situation; you can easily justify sending an email rather than ringing directly as an international student. Do not beg but be very clear and concise. Admit that you have failed to meet the conditions of your offer but you still want to seek clarification regarding your admittance. If you were particularly close to the required grade then state this otherwise do not mention it. Since you are an international student they are more likely to be lenient with you.

    Good luck.
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    goodluck
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    All the best in sorting it out OP. Keep us updated on the situation. :yy:
 
 
 
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