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I read that unis are less lenient on deferred entries, and I really want to get my firm choice and have a gap year. So I was wondering if I should apply for next year, but when my results are out and they've accepted me (even if I just miss the requirements) I should ask them to move it to the year after. Would they be likely to do this? I really want to get into my first choice and have a gap year. Help, I don't know what to do.
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Apply for a deferred entry this year and see if you get your offer at your first choice (What is your first choice and to study what??) and if you dont get an offer then just apply next year when you know your grades.
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It depends on your university.
Bristol will give higher offers to students with deferred entry, as they don't want to disadvantage students who will apply in the next cycle. Other places treat deferred and current applications equally, and some places favour deferred places in order for you to get relevant work experience.

Really, I wouldn't worry. If you don't get your dream uni this year, you're always able to re-apply in the next cycle! (this is most of why I'm not panicking about my application too much)
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