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    Hi all

    I'm a student living in the USA, and I was wondering if it is possible to apply twice using a UCAS application or if that is illegal? I applied early this year for Oxford, and two courses each at St. Andrews and Glasgow. I was rejected from Oxford but accepted at the others...but I'm really regretting those "two courses each" choices. I would like to apply to University of Exeter and Imperial College London, but also keep my options open. Is there any way to do this or would it be breaking the rules?

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    No, I'm afraid it's too late. You'll have to wait until September to submit a new application.

    However, Exeter may end up in Clearing on A Level results day (there's no way of telling in advance), but Imperial hasn't entered Clearing in the past.

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