Can someone explain to me what adjustment is on UCAS?
I have just one offer which I firmed because I was happy that I got into my desired course, however I'm having second thoughts because I'm not sure if I like the uni very much and I would like to atleast try getting into a better uni if results day turns out better than expected, but I'm uneasy about the idea that I may be risking my offer and end up not having an offer at all.
what do you think I should do in my situation?
thanks so much
- Thread Starter
- 07-07-2014 19:04
- Study Helper
- 08-07-2014 01:04
Adjustment is used when you get better results than your firm offer requires, and so you can shop around for a better university. The option will become available on track on results day, and you search for better courses there.
Whilst searching, your initial offer is safe - you keep your firm place until you decide on another course and take that one up. So there is no danger of you losing your place and having nowhere to go. More information can be found here.