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    Hi, sorry if this has already been posted... I've searched the forums but can't find anything :confused:

    I've already applied for my chosen course through UCAS and have recieved a letter to confirm this, but I now want to add another course (bit late I know) I've gone through 'track' and tried to add the course I want, but it's asking me to pay and send first. Above the 'pay and send' button it has the course I've already applied for and there's no option to add a new one.

    If I go ahead and pay will I then be given the option to add the course? As I've just read UCAS won't refund if an incorrect payment is made, so I don't want to apply for the course I've already applied for and lose the money.

    Thanks for any input x
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    If you only apply to one uni, you pay a reduced fee of £9. You can later add more, but need to pay £10 more to top it up to the full fee of £19. So you'll need to pay and then add the choice.
 
 
 
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