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What happens when UCAS results are released? Conditional offers, unconditional offers, what are they? Read on to find out more.
Most students will be made a “conditional” offer from a university. This means the university has specified a requirement e.g. A levels/IB/STPM, and evidence of English Language Proficiency which you must meet if you are to be admitted into the course. If you do not receive an offer from any of the universities you have applied to, you may make a further university choice through UCAS Extra.
Statement of Decision
UCAS will notify you about offers from universities, via UCAS Track. Once all decisions are received, you will need to reply to your offers and choose a ‘Firm’ and an ‘Insurance’ university. There is a deadline for making these Firm and Insurance choices. If you do not meet this deadline, your offers are automatically declined by default.
Satisfying a conditional offer
Your A levels and IB results will normally be sent to your universities by UCAS. When the universities receive your results, the selector will compare them with the offer they made. If you meet the requirements, then your place is confirmed.
If you did not meet the requirements of entry for your ‘Firm Acceptance’ you will be considered for your ‘Insurance Acceptance’.
If you have not satisfied the condition of both your Firm and Insurance offers, you will automatically go into a system called “CLEARING”. This would be a good time to contact your MABECS consultant as soon as possible to sort out your options for other universities.
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