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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    Oh, Clearing's not so bad.

    And is the bold bit a pun?
    Hehe
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    (Original post by TheSownRose)
    Oh, Clearing's not so bad.

    And is the bold bit a pun?
    loool, I really didnt recognise that
    maybe it's a sub-conscious thing...but clearing is awful
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    (Original post by TheBlackMonster)
    loool, I really didnt recognise that
    maybe it's a sub-conscious thing...but clearing is awful
    I don't know. I used it and it turned out quite nicely. :dontknow:
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    Clearing isn't as bad as it's made out to be. However some people do panic and thus make bad decisions.
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    my friend did when we started... (2nd year now)

    you may want to contact them about it
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    (Original post by TheBlackMonster)
    well both of them are for the same university
    they are also different courses, and when I select one of them for the firm and then one of them as the offer, UCAS Track says to me:

    "The decision / reply combination for this choice is invalid"

    but then do you decline the other offers that you haven't chose as your firm or insurance?...
    Are you sure you aren't trying to accept an unconditional offer firmly and a conditional offer as your insurance (UF & CI)? That would be an invalid combination.
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    Are you sure you aren't trying to accept an unconditional offer firmly and a conditional offer as your insurance (UF & CI)? That would be an invalid combination.
    Or two unconditionals. :awesome:
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    oh nah, I got it worked out now. it was just be being stupid haha.
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    If you put the same university (different courses) for your firm and insurance choices and you dont get you firm course, will you still be guaranteed the accomidation you chose for your firm since its the same university?
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    (Original post by lucy5146)
    If you put the same university (different courses) for your firm and insurance choices and you dont get you firm course, will you still be guaranteed the accomidation you chose for your firm since its the same university?
    no.
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    (Original post by Juno)
    no.
    Is this a definite no or will it depend on the unis own policy?
 
 
 
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