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    I don't think you've got the right idea...UCAS is for university application only.

    www.ucas.com is only for students in A Levels that are applying to the university they want to study at.

    Unless you mean colleges that some have, through the collegiate system, then you don't need UCAS to apply to college. You can call each college and ask how you can apply to them if you're at all confused

    Hope this helped, good luck!
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    (Original post by Its_Tito)
    I don't think you've got the right idea...UCAS is for university application only.

    www.ucas.com is only for students in A Levels that are applying to the university they want to study at.

    Unless you mean colleges that some have, through the collegiate system, then you don't need UCAS to apply to college. You can call each college and ask how you can apply to them if you're at all confused

    Hope this helped, good luck!
    Ucas progress is for post 16 education etc
    http://www.ucas.com/progress


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    If you apply on paper to a college you would not apply again to that college through progress.
    Think carefully about rushing into a college application too early. You may benefit from discussing your likely results with teachers and giving a lot of thought to what subjects you want to take and where it is leading you. You will benefit from getting people (teachers and others) to give feedback on your application.


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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    Ucas progress is for post 16 education etc
    http://www.ucas.com/progress


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    Ahh okey, thanks
 
 
 
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