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Well funnily i thought of going to uni at exactly 7pm haha. So im wondering if there is a possibility to apply through clearing now? I cant find the clearing courses anywhere and its been so many years since i applied to uni. Are there many law courses in clearing, preferably in my area? (Birmingham) Just wondering where i should go from here on out so any advice is appreciated
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See this page:

http://www.ucas.com/about-us/contact-us#extended

You can ring UCAS from 8 am tomorrow.
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(Original post by WarmEye)
Well funnily i thought of going to uni at exactly 7pm haha. So im wondering if there is a possibility to apply through clearing now? I cant find the clearing courses anywhere and its been so many years since i applied to uni. Are there many law courses in clearing, preferably in my area? (Birmingham) Just wondering where i should go from here on out so any advice is appreciated
i.e Birmingham near California???
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OP - if this has occurred to you one evening randomly this late in the process, odds are it's a waste of time.

(Original post by Holmstock)
i.e Birmingham near California???
Was this supposed to be funny?
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OP - if this has occurred to you one evening randomly this late in the process, odds are it's a waste of time.



Was this supposed to be funny?
No, just that there is more than one Birmingham around the world, and the thread starter's location is given as California.
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No, just that there is more than one Birmingham around the world, and the thread starter's location is given as California.
There isn't a Birmingham in California. From the first post it's pretty evident this is Birmingham, England.
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There isn't a Birmingham in California. From the first post it's pretty evident this is Birmingham, England.
OP does give his location as California, and there is in fact a California in Birmingham:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California,_Birmingham
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OP does give his location as California, and there is in fact a California in Birmingham:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California,_Birmingham
I'm not quite sure what point you are trying to make?

I said there isn't a Birmingham in California... there isn't?

Or were you just agreeing with me that this is obviously Birmingham, England?
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I'm not quite sure what point you are trying to make?

I said there isn't a Birmingham in California... there isn't?

Or were you just agreeing with me that this is obviously Birmingham, England?
Everybody has a tinge of truth. OP could legitimately be claiming to be both in California and in Birmingham, and it's also reasonable to assume he is in California USA if that's his location. It doesn't seem reasonable to commute to Birmingham in that case. I am afraid I was just musing in print.
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