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    Currently, I hold no offers but I was wondering, should I apply through Extra, hoping to gain an offer.

    Then, I was planning on going through Adjustment, or should I just stick to clearing without my offer?

    The reason for this is, do most unis prefer Adjustment to Clearing?

    It sounds like a silly question, but I'm thinking of phoning pretty prestigious unis.
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    (Original post by locomotive99)
    Currently, I hold no offers but I was wondering, should I apply through Extra, hoping to gain an offer.

    Then, I was planning on going through Adjustment, or should I just stick to clearing without my offer?

    The reason for this is, do most unis prefer Adjustment to Clearing?

    It sounds like a silly question, but I'm thinking of phoning pretty prestigious unis.
    You have no offers so you can't apply for adjustment, which requires you to meet and exceed the terms of your firm offer, which you don't have.

    Extra is finished now. It ended on 30th June. You will automatically be entered for clearing. I suggest you look at the stickies at the top of this forum or the Ucas pages on clearing, since you clearly don't understand the process. You cannot be in both adjustment and clearing at the same time. You will be in clearing.
 
 
 
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