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    If you make the grades for your firm choice uni, is it still possible to go to your insurance choice instead?

    What I mean is.. I live in Glasgow at the moment and am thinking of using their offer as my insurance choice, but say on results day I get the grades required for my firm choice of uni, do i have to go there, or is there any way I can still go to Glasgow?

    I'm just a bit worried because at the moment I feel like I really want to go somewhere new, but I'm not sure I'll feel the same by August - a lot can change in six months!

    Also, if you make the grades for your insurance choice, can you still reject that and go through clearing? I'm a li'l confused.
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    no. you have to go to your first choice
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    fraid not I'm afraid, once you send off a firm acceptance its legally binding, unless u defer for a year and then you can say you don't wanna go, then reapply to a diff uni... I think I'd just make sure you choose the right one first off
 
 
 
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