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    I've applied to go to uni next year (gap year) but no longer wish to go. At this late stage how do I go about withdrawing. Or do I just wait for my acceptance letter and not reply, anyone know the best course of action to take?
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    I guess you need to contact UCAS and let them know.
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    (Original post by lawrence4)
    I've applied to go to uni next year (gap year) but no longer wish to go. At this late stage how do I go about withdrawing. Or do I just wait for my acceptance letter and not reply, anyone know the best course of action to take?
    From the UCAS website:

    Withdrawal
    You can withdraw your application at any time by phoning our Customer Service Unit on +44 (0)870 1122211 or by filling in the withdrawal (WD) slip and returning it to us. If you withdraw, you cannot submit another application during this academic year and you cannot go through Clearing. If you have withdrawn from the scheme but, for exceptional reasons, you want to re-enter it, you should write to us with full details and ask for advice.

    Withdrawal slip:
    http://www.ucas.com/getting/after/wd.pdf
 
 
 
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