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    What happens to UCAS Track after Results Day? Do 'conditional' offers suddenly say 'Successful'? Or perhaps 'Unsuccessful'? Or do they not change at all?
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    (Original post by jthlm)
    What happens to UCAS Track after Results Day? Do 'conditional' offers suddenly say 'Successful'? Or perhaps 'Unsuccessful'? Or do they not change at all?
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    You ether get a Unsuccessful, Firm Successful or Insurance Successful.
    However it may not be based on grades; the uni can change your course to a foundation or different course if they still want you but missed your offer (you would obviously be asked to accept this new offer or decline)

    If you met the grades outright - its pretty straight forward.

    At this point you can still pull out of the decision made (even if you met all your conditions) and go into clearing.

    You could also do better than predicted and go into adjustment to find a spot which would of asked for bigger grades.

    Of course you can fail and don't get accepted. You go into clearing to find a open spot at another uni if you wish to. UCAS has a really good explanation of clearing.
    I went there last year and it is not a nice experience begging for a place over the phone


    Hope that helps. The UCAS site has lots more explanation - i just summarised
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    (Original post by JackBroady)
    You ether get a Unsuccessful, Firm Successful or Insurance Successful.
    However it may not be based on grades; the uni can change your course to a foundation or different course if they still want you but missed your offer (you would obviously be asked to accept this new offer on decline)

    If you met the grades outright - its pretty straight forward.

    At this point you can still pull out of the decision made (even if you met all your conditions) and go into clearing.

    You could also do better than predicted and go into adjustment to find a spot which would of asked for bigger grades.

    Of course you can fail and don't get accepted. You go into clearing to find a open spot at another uni if you wish to. UCAS has a really good explanation of clearing.
    I went there last year and it is not a nice experience begging for a place over the phone


    Hope that helps. The UCAS site has lots more explanation - i just summarised
    awesome explanation I had my own questions about this so thanks!
 
 
 
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