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    The deadline for accepting the offers from UCAS was the 7th of May.

    Two months ago I accepted a university and clicked ok and confirmed that. I've just logged back on now and it's day the following:


    I definitely confirmed the UNIVERSITY and clicked ok. I'm so damn worried right now and have no idea what to do. I'm calling UCAS on Monday right in the morning because I definitely clicked confirm. What can I do????? Please can anyone help....
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    (Original post by HarryUk)
    The deadline for accepting the offers from UCAS was the 7th of May.

    Two months ago I accepted a university and clicked ok and confirmed that. I've just logged back on now and it's day the following:


    I definitely confirmed the UNIVERSITY and clicked ok. I'm so damn worried right now and have no idea what to do. I'm calling UCAS on Monday right in the morning because I definitely clicked confirm. What can I do????? Please can anyone help....
    There's nothing you can do except get on the phone, I'm afraid. It will be a tough weekend, but nobody on here has the power to help. I wish I could.
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    I read something somewhere saying that I had 14 days after that so reinstate it. Just the university will have to agree. I've submitted my finance and accommodation as well a month ago!
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    (Original post by HarryUk)
    The deadline for accepting the offers from UCAS was the 7th of May.

    Two months ago I accepted a university and clicked ok and confirmed that. I've just logged back on now and it's day the following:


    I definitely confirmed the UNIVERSITY and clicked ok. I'm so damn worried right now and have no idea what to do. I'm calling UCAS on Monday right in the morning because I definitely clicked confirm. What can I do????? Please can anyone help....
    You didnt happen to take a picture or a screenshot of it to send a friend or show anyone? That will help your case
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    You didnt happen to take a picture or a screenshot of it to send a friend or show anyone? That will help your case
    Excellent point.
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    Did you receive any email from UCAS saying something has changed on track on the day you accepted it or did you receive some sort of thank you for accepting our offer email from the uni you chose? Also I know this may sound like a silly question but did you give anyone your password?


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    (Original post by HarryUk)
    I read something somewhere saying that I had 14 days after that so reinstate it. Just the university will have to agree. I've submitted my finance and accommodation as well a month ago!
    That was some years ago. It's now 7 days.
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    UCAS are usually very helpful in cases like this. :yep:
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    (Original post by HarryUk)
    The deadline for accepting the offers from UCAS was the 7th of May.

    Two months ago I accepted a university and clicked ok and confirmed that. I've just logged back on now and it's day the following:


    I definitely confirmed the UNIVERSITY and clicked ok. I'm so damn worried right now and have no idea what to do. I'm calling UCAS on Monday right in the morning because I definitely clicked confirm. What can I do????? Please can anyone help....
    When you accepted the place, had you got a response from all your university choices, as I think you can't accept any until they have all responded to you.

    Good luck, you must be going through hell
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    Thanks for the support guys... I just don't want to go through clearing, I will just cry... I'm sure the university will understand (hopefully). It's German and Computer Science therefore I doubt a lot of people have applied... Fingers crossed.
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    (Original post by HarryUk)
    Thanks for the support guys... I just don't want to go through clearing, I will just cry... I'm sure the university will understand (hopefully). It's German and Computer Science therefore I doubt a lot of people have applied... Fingers crossed.
    I think you're certainly right there. I'm betting there's an admissions tutor sitting at home sobbing into a big hanky because their only applicant seemingly turned them down. Good luck!
 
 
 

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