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Unconditional offer as insurance

Hey, I got an unconditional offer from the University of Northampton, and I want to put it as my insurance in case I do badly on results day. Can I do this or will they withdraw that offer?
Answered by Alison Patterson
Hi Ben,

Yes, it's fine to have an unconditional offer as your insurance. You can read more about unconditional offers here:

But you should check that there are no conditions to the "unconditional" offer that require you to make it a UF.

UCAS advise on making your decisions is at:

Best wishes,

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