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I've decided quite late to take a year out, mainly because i'm very undecided about pretty much everything. Is it possible to re-apply with a clean slate through UCAS late this year for 2016-2017 entry? If so would I have the option to pick a different course/uni or will I be tied to my current firm and insurance choices?
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I've decided quite late to take a year out, mainly because i'm very undecided about pretty much everything. Is it possible to re-apply with a clean slate through UCAS late this year for 2016-2017 entry? If so would I have the option to pick a different course/uni or will I be tied to my current firm and insurance choices?
You d have the option to pick different courses.
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I've decided quite late to take a year out, mainly because i'm very undecided about pretty much everything. Is it possible to re-apply with a clean slate through UCAS late this year for 2016-2017 entry? If so would I have the option to pick a different course/uni or will I be tied to my current firm and insurance choices?
Do you mean 2017 entry?
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