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Hello.

I chose 5 Universities originally but my least favourite has offered me an interview. At present, I do not want to go to the Interview as have offers from 2 of my favourite universities.

I am curious what are ALL the repercussions of withdrawing my application to chosen university? I understand I won't be able to apply again which does not bother me. I'm just worried of the other possible repercussions of withdrawing permanently. Do the other universities find out? Will I be able to go through CLEARING (Worst case scenario) if I withdraw permanently from one of my choices.

Any advise would be most appreciated
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No repercussions, and other unis won't care.

You'd have to withdraw from b be rejected all 5 choices to enter Extra / Clearing though

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No repercussions, and other unis won't care.

You'd have to withdraw from b be rejected all 5 choices to enter Extra / Clearing though

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Think that where Im worried. I won't have been rejected by all 5 will I if I withdraw from one?

I'd hate to think I will be rejected by the others but if I have to be rejected by all in order to go through Clearing then I'm stuck
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I withdrew from one of my choices. No other repercussions
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I withdrew from one of my choices. No other repercussions
Thanks - might look up clearing and see if I would qualify in worst case scenario. I just don't want to do anything that could spoil my chances of going to Uni this year
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Thanks - might look up clearing and see if I would qualify in worst case scenario. I just don't want to do anything that could spoil my chances of going to Uni this year
Do you not think you'll achieve the offers you've been given?
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I do have faith in my ability to do well in upcoming exams.
I just want to be fully prepared for just in case
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Think that where Im worried. I won't have been rejected by all 5 will I if I withdraw from one?

I'd hate to think I will be rejected by the others but if I have to be rejected by all in order to go through Clearing then I'm stuck
Withdrawing from one doesn't mean that you lose all five places :nah:

You can still go through Clearing if you miss your grades - indeed, that's the reason that the vast majority of people end up going through Clearing. There's a guide to Clearing here http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/guide_to_clearing
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