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Possible Offer Withdrawl UWO?

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I got accepted to Western a couple of days ago for Social Science. When I applied, my overall mark was 85%. However, this term, my mark has been dropping.. The crazy cramming by the teachers is doing nothing but lowering my mark.. basically Western gave me a conditional offer saying that if I don't get at least an 82% overall at the end of the year, they have the right and may revoke my offer. To be honest, it's going to be really tight, I might be able to get 80 in my second term. Also, exams have been historically bad for me.. anyways, if I do get an 81 as my final average, will Western revoke my offer? In terms of the requirements, how strict are they? I'm still going to work hard to the end, but it would take off some pressure if I knew more about the required marks.. Thanks, i know it's a long read, but I really appreciate you guys taking your time to help me out.
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@reptdot11 wrote
I got accepted to Western a couple of days ago for Social Science. When I applied, my overall mark was 85%. However, this term, my mark has been dropping.. The crazy cramming by the teachers is doing nothing but lowering my mark.. basically Western gave me a conditional offer saying that if I don't get at least an 82% overall at the end of the year, they have the right and may revoke my offer. To be honest, it's going to be really tight, I might be able to get 80 in my second term. Also, exams have been historically bad for me.. anyways, if I do get an 81 as my final average, will Western revoke my offer? In terms of the requirements, how strict are they? I'm still going to work hard to the end, but it would take off some pressure if I knew more about the required marks.. Thanks, i know it's a long read, but I really appreciate you guys taking your time to help me out.


If you drop below 82 they have every right to revoke you

You can always appeal if you are just below by 1%.
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Now they're only counting top 6 for this, correct? Not overall average?
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@nfabiano wrote
Now they're only counting top 6 for this, correct? Not overall average?



Correct. Only your top six 12U/M courses are ever taken into account.
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So is it like an automatic withdrawl? I'm really nervous right now.. I don't want to accept and offer, and then last minute know that I might get rejected.. do any of you know any further information on the conditional offer? So basically if you don't meet the requirements, you cannot go to any other universities? Thanks for you time answering..
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You can go to other universities, I heard you have to call them to take you back. But instead of taking the time to worry about your marks going down, use the time to do your homework! :)
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