Conditional Offer from UCL


Villieboy
Comments needed on my issue.

I got a conditional Offer from UCL that I have to graduate my LL.B. with the GPA of 3.3/4

My university only provides percentage scores. I was writing my last exams when I applied to UCL. My av.score was 67%. In any case, it won't dramatically increase. I believe 67% is likely to be less than GPA of 3.00.

The question is that, is the offer from UCL a reject or simply an offer that I will receive a place at the end? How strict are they with the condition they gave?

I really dream of studying in UCL.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Comments needed on my issue.

I got a conditional Offer from UCL that I have to graduate my LL.B. with the GPA of 3.3/4

My university only provides percentage scores. I was writing my last exams when I applied to UCL. My av.score was 67%. In any case, it won't dramatically increase. I believe 67% is likely to be less than GPA of 3.00.

The question is that, is the offer from UCL a reject or simply an offer that I will receive a place at the end? How strict are they with the condition they gave?

I really dream of studying in UCL.

Thanks a lot in advance.


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You are lucky to have an offer. I am still waiting for mine. Actually you give me some hope for myself. I think UCL really wants you to push yourself for the finals... I could imagine if you are not far from what they expected they will still let you in. Do you mind telling me when your offering letter is dated? And which stream you applied for? Anyway good luck and all the best.
You are lucky to have an offer. I am still waiting for mine. Actually you give me some hope for myself. I think UCL really wants you to push yourself for the finals... I could imagine if you are not far from what they expected they will still let you in. Do you mind telling me when your offering letter is dated? And which stream you applied for? Anyway good luck and all the best.
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Villieboy
March 25 is dated in the offering letter. Just got the post last Friday. I applied the LL.M. in International Banking and Finance but the offer was LL.M. (Law). Perhaps you get the specialization when you select the subjects and write your paper.

Statistically, there is no way that I will achieve that GPA from the moment I sent my application which I only have 3 out of 40 subjects left. I am very scared that this is the rejection letter in a smooth way.

Let me hear how some of you think? Are there still chances that I will be in?

Thanks
March 25 is dated in the offering letter. Just got the post last Friday. I applied the LL.M. in International Banking and Finance but the offer was LL.M. (Law). Perhaps you get the specialization when you select the subjects and write your paper.

Statistically, there is no way that I will achieve that GPA from the moment I sent my application which I only have 3 out of 40 subjects left. I am very scared that this is the rejection letter in a smooth way.

Let me hear how some of you think? Are there still chances that I will be in?

Thanks
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PUCCA
Hi Villieboy I do think you have high changes of getting in. Just push yourself and try to get the maximum grade in those 3 subjects you have left.

I think that if they see you pushed yourself and did your best unless you may not get the 3 GPA they are asking for, they will still let you in.

BELIEVE ME,,they are not rejecting you in a smooth way hehe there is no such thing for big and prestigious universities like UCL,,they simple reject and thats its,,they have pleny and thousand,,,remember thousand of applicants that also want to be accepted,,so if they gave you a conditional offer is because they consider you have a great potential and that you could be a great asset and a great represenation of their university in your home country and worldwide...

just be positive and try to do your best in your exams,,they will take that into consideration!!!

GOOD LUCK DEAR FRIEND :o)

KEEP US INFORMED ABOUT THE RESULTS
Hi Villieboy I do think you have high changes of getting in. Just push yourself and try to get the maximum grade in those 3 subjects you have left.

I think that if they see you pushed yourself and did your best unless you may not get the 3 GPA they are asking for, they will still let you in.

BELIEVE ME,,they are not rejecting you in a smooth way hehe there is no such thing for big and prestigious universities like UCL,,they simple reject and thats its,,they have pleny and thousand,,,remember thousand of applicants that also want to be accepted,,so if they gave you a conditional offer is because they consider you have a great potential and that you could be a great asset and a great represenation of their university in your home country and worldwide...

just be positive and try to do your best in your exams,,they will take that into consideration!!!

GOOD LUCK DEAR FRIEND :o)

KEEP US INFORMED ABOUT THE RESULTS
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eplauc1
I just had the same dilemma applying to UCL. In the application, you can either put your current GPA or your anticipated graduating GPA. I put my anticipated graduating GPA b/c they can see your current scores on your transcript and at first glance, I looked better.

That said, as soon as you put that it's anticipated, that will most likely result in a conditional offer from the university rather than an unconditional acceptance based on that anticipated GPA. That is where I am -- I have the conditional acceptance and my next steps will involve coming to that GPA or close to it and following through with the procedures for those that do/don't meet the conditional offer.

From what I read above, I am a bit more hopeful than I was.
I just had the same dilemma applying to UCL. In the application, you can either put your current GPA or your anticipated graduating GPA. I put my anticipated graduating GPA b/c they can see your current scores on your transcript and at first glance, I looked better.

That said, as soon as you put that it's anticipated, that will most likely result in a conditional offer from the university rather than an unconditional acceptance based on that anticipated GPA. That is where I am -- I have the conditional acceptance and my next steps will involve coming to that GPA or close to it and following through with the procedures for those that do/don't meet the conditional offer.

From what I read above, I am a bit more hopeful than I was.
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Rotunda
congrats on the getting the offer.
do you mind sharing your stats and when you applied/got in?

thanks!
congrats on the getting the offer.
do you mind sharing your stats and when you applied/got in?

thanks!
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eplauc1
I had a 3.3/3.4 when I applied in the Fall and said I anticipated graduating with a 3.5. I submitted my application by December 1 and they mailed the conditional offer in mid January. I will graduate with a 3.5 if I continue to make all A's, but if I don't I'll have to go through the appeal process to ask for acceptance amidst not meeting conditions in the offer.

I'm a bit more hopeful having been conditionally accepted and being so close rather than being flat out rejected...in case I somehow end up w/ a B or two.
I had a 3.3/3.4 when I applied in the Fall and said I anticipated graduating with a 3.5. I submitted my application by December 1 and they mailed the conditional offer in mid January. I will graduate with a 3.5 if I continue to make all A's, but if I don't I'll have to go through the appeal process to ask for acceptance amidst not meeting conditions in the offer.

I'm a bit more hopeful having been conditionally accepted and being so close rather than being flat out rejected...in case I somehow end up w/ a B or two.
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