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    If you cancel a choice, which you have not had a decision from, can you add a new choice to replace it?

    Just wondering?
    I've just had a change of mind :/
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    Not unless it's less than 14 days since you submitted your application.
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    Thought I'd add to this...

    If I haven't received a reply, and I withdraw, can I go into Extra? Or do I have to wait for a reply?
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    (Original post by jackf1337)
    Thought I'd add to this...

    If I haven't received a reply, and I withdraw, can I go into Extra? Or do I have to wait for a reply?
    If you reject your offer and withdraw from the one that hasn't replied, you'll be able to use Extra.
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    If you reject your offer and withdraw from the one that hasn't replied, you'll be able to use Extra.
    How sure are you?

    On UCAS it tells me I need decisions from 5 choices
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    (Original post by Becca-Sarah)
    Not unless it's less than 14 days since you submitted your application.
    No - you can never cancel a choice and then add one in its place. Within fourteen days of the date on your welcome letter (not the date you submitted), you can substitute one or more choices.
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    (Original post by jackf1337)
    How sure are you?

    On UCAS it tells me I need decisions from 5 choices
    Absolutely sure - a 'withdraw' is a decision.
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    Absolutely sure - a 'withdraw' is a decision.
    But it doesn't let me click respond, or am I doing it wrong...?
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    (Original post by jackf1337)
    But it doesn't let me click respond, or am I doing it wrong...?
    You have to click on the red course code for it and, at the bottom of the 'course details' page, there will be an option for 'Cancel' - that's what you need in order to withdraw your selection.
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    You have to click on the red course code for it and, at the bottom of the 'course details' page, there will be an option for 'Cancel' - that's what you need in order to withdraw your selection.
    Obvious things are obvious >.< thanks for that
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    (Original post by jackf1337)
    Obvious things are obvious >.< thanks for that
    You're welcome. Hope Extra works out for you.
 
 
 
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