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    Ok.... if I miss my offer for my firm (Aston University) and am unsuccessful, and then tell my insurance to release me in order to enter clearning, would i then be allowed to apply for a different course at my original firm through clearing?? (If the course is in clearing) Hard to explain but yeah you know what i mean... in a shorter form... can you apply for courses at your original firm which are in clearning after you've already been unsuccesful for your original course choice at that particular uni....
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    Yes, you can.
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    Yes, you can.
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    If it's a related course you may not need to use Clearing, as they may just consider it as a course change. If it's a completely different subject you may struggle to convince them of your motivation for the new course.

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