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    What if a person does not meet their firm conditions but they meet their insurance conditions but do not want to go to the insurance uni.Are they allowed to just reject the insurance?
    I'm asking because my insurance is a course that I do not want to do but had to put as my fifth choice.
    I'd really appreciate any help/ advices.
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    (Original post by PikaNing)
    What if a person does not meet their firm conditions but they meet their insurance conditions but do not want to go to the insurance uni.Are they allowed to just reject the insurance?
    I'm asking because my insurance is a course that I do not want to do but had to put as my fifth choice.
    I'd really appreciate any help/ advices.
    You can, put you have to call the university up to do so and this will take time which you could be using to find something in clearing. So really you shouldn't have an insurance you dont like for the sake of having one.
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    (Original post by PikaNing)
    What if a person does not meet their firm conditions but they meet their insurance conditions but do not want to go to the insurance uni.Are they allowed to just reject the insurance?
    I'm asking because my insurance is a course that I do not want to do but had to put as my fifth choice.
    I'd really appreciate any help/ advices.
    If you wouldn't go to the insurance, don't accept it. Delays in getting released from it (and it can take several days) could cause you to miss something good in clearing.
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    I suggest you contact the University in the first instance. I think they have the ultimate control to release you from the "contract." By selecting a University as a firm or insurance choice, you agree to enroll in that school, if you meet the conditions. It is a three-way agreement between you, the University and UCAS.

    Please post on here your progress, so that others are aware.

    Good luck.
 
 
 
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