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Choosing an unconditional offer as my insurance choice

Mar 2020

I want to choose an unconditional offer as my insurance but I'm afraid that the university would withdraw the offer if I do so. What are the chances of this happening?

APPLYING FIRM AND INSURANCE CHOICES UNCONDITIONAL OFFER
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You must check the terms of your unconditional offer. Once an offer has been made through UCAS, it's unlikely to be withdrawn unless the university has stipulated terms, such as that you must accept it as your firm choice. You can accept an unconditional offer as your insurance. Find out more about unconditional offers.

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