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    I have changed my choice 3 times now, and I'm worried that because I have changed this choice so many times, UCAS may have not processed it correctly. (I clicked substitute choice each time). So... do I need to contact UCAS to make sure it has gone through, and how do I contact them? Thanks.
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    Reading the FAQs says I can only change my choice once, so I guess this means my choice is not valid.


    I need to apply for this course so if I were to cancel this choice, would I be able to apply through UCAS extra?
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    (Original post by kibbles)
    Reading the FAQs says I can only change my choice once, so I guess this means my choice is not valid.


    I need to apply for this course so if I were to cancel this choice, would I be able to apply through UCAS extra?
    We're talking about repeatedly substituting the same choice? Then no, only the first chance would have been valid.

    Assuming you have four other choices that have are resolved (offer you're going to decline, rejection or you cancelled them) then you could use Extra; however, phone the uni you're hoping to apply to first.
 
 
 
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