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    I have applied for five undergraduate courses (at Oxford, LSE, King's, UCL and Cass) in 2012 (2013 entry) and received one offer from Cass, which I confirmed and then deferred the entry to 2014.
    However, Cass is not my overall first choice and I would like to re-apply to the other 4 universities. Nevertheless, I do not want to relinquish my only offer to my first application in order to have a back-up.
    In the meantime my final exam results (German Abitur) were considerably better than my expected results in my first application. This is why I am confident that I am able to receive offers from the other universities.
    Now my question concerns the specific procedure on UCAS to handle this situation. Do I have to create a new application and a new ID or may I alter my initial form and which other things do I have to keep in mind?

    Thank you for your advice!
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    You will not be able to reapply without relinquishing the offer you have now, you either have to gamble and reapply or play it safe and keep your offer.
 
 
 

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