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    I messed up my A Levels so applied to crap universities (because I knew I can do better with resits and therefore apply through adjustment...)

    Anyways, I got one offer like 5 days after applying...

    I therefore thought that now I can change one of my choices to a good uni because I already have an offer.

    I have recieved 4/5 offers (including the good uni) and now the 5th one is left to give me a place/reject me.

    BUT since I have 4 offers, 3 crap unis and a good uni I want to change the last choice to a good university.

    Is it possible to withdraw from a choice and apply to a different uni?? The deadline has passed I know but is it still possible?
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    (Original post by Da Di Doo)
    I messed up my A Levels so applied to crap universities (because I knew I can do better with resits and therefore apply through adjustment...)

    Anyways, I got one offer like 5 days after applying...

    I therefore thought that now I can change one of my choices to a good uni because I already have an offer.

    I have recieved 4/5 offers (including the good uni) and now the 5th one is left to give me a place/reject me.

    BUT since I have 4 offers, 3 crap unis and a good uni I want to change the last choice to a good university.

    Is it possible to withdraw from a choice and apply to a different uni?? The deadline has passed I know but is it still possible?
    If you are within 7 days of submitting your application then you can substitute a choice.
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    If you are within 7 days of submitting your application then you can substitute a choice.
    Yes but it has gone over the 7 day limit... So I can't substitute a choice by clicking on the substitute button since it's gone now but can I withdraw from one choice and then replace that choice with another?
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    (Original post by Da Di Doo)
    Yes but it has gone over the 7 day limit... So I can't substitute a choice by clicking on the substitute button since it's gone now but can I withdraw from one choice and then replace that choice with another?
    Nope you can't, sorry. I know because I also considered that, but its not possible. Also, I've withdrawn from a choice and there's no way to add another on track
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    (Original post by Physflop)
    Nope you can't, sorry. I know because I also considered that, but its not possible. Also, I've withdrawn from a choice and there's no way to add another on track
    Thaaank you....
 
 
 
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