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    I submitted an application for a college to study Law degree via UCAS. I had spoken to them previously, and they stated they'd give me an unconditional offer, so I didn't need to put a reference on there.

    After a few days, I decided to add some other choices on my application... but I can't put a reference on now.

    Am I screwed by having done things this way?

    Phone UCAS for advice.
    • PS Reviewer

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    You can probably send a reference directly to the unis you've added. You won't be able to add it on UCAS, but you can ask your referee to write or email the unis. If they write the reference will need to be on headed paper, or if emailed it will need to be a company email. eg don't send it from a hotmail account, but @company.com or @school.ac.uk
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