Insurance choice higher than firm choice?Apr 2018
I want to accept an offer from the University of Kent and if I do this, it will lower the entry requirements from AAB down to BBB and if I do not then the higher grade offers will apply. However I also want to have Surrey as my insurance choice, but the entry requirement for there is ABB. So, what would be my best option? Should I firm Kent and insure Surrey? I really do not want to be stuck going to a university that I am not happy with.
We would definitely advise against accepting an offer from somewhere you don’t want to go. If Kent is your first choice, we see no reason not to accept their offer as the CF. Accepting a higher offer as insurance (CI) certainly happens and the willingness of universities to drop grades these days means it could be an option. See more information about accepting offers.
Unconditional offers withdrawn, conditional ones issued. Is this legal?Apr 2020
My daughter was made unconditional offers by two universities and she was waiting to attend open days before making a final decision, which unfortunately did not go ahead due to COVID-19. These two universities have subsequently withdrawn their unconditional offers and issued...
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