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    Okay here comes to the point. I've made the decisions and I pretty much believe that I can get my firm. My insurance was very appealing to me but after I visited it I don't find it as good as I thought.

    What if, in a very slight chance, I don't meet the condition and eventually I decide not to attend my insurance uni? Can I simply withdraw it on the release day and go into clearing?
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    (Original post by Caffe_sean1)
    Okay here comes to the point. I've made the decisions and I pretty much believe that I can get my firm. My insurance was very appealing to me but after I visited it I don't find it as good as I thought.

    What if, in a very slight chance, I don't meet the condition and eventually I decide not to attend my insurance uni? Can I simply withdraw it on the release day and go into clearing?
    you could do that, but your insurance could take hours or a day or two to put you into clearing, time you dont have to be wasting on results day. Its a much better idea to contact them now and tell them you dont want to go there.
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    you could do that, but your insurance could take hours or a day or two to put you into clearing, time you dont have to be wasting on results day. Its a much better idea to contact them now and tell them you dont want to go there.
    Umm sounds fair. I'd take this. Cheers
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    (Original post by Caffe_sean1)
    Okay here comes to the point. I've made the decisions and I pretty much believe that I can get my firm. My insurance was very appealing to me but after I visited it I don't find it as good as I thought.

    What if, in a very slight chance, I don't meet the condition and eventually I decide not to attend my insurance uni? Can I simply withdraw it on the release day and go into clearing?
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    (Original post by Caffe_sean1)
    Okay here comes to the point. I've made the decisions and I pretty much believe that I can get my firm. My insurance was very appealing to me but after I visited it I don't find it as good as I thought.

    What if, in a very slight chance, I don't meet the condition and eventually I decide not to attend my insurance uni? Can I simply withdraw it on the release day and go into clearing?
    you can but it can take a long time hours or even days some unis have reputations of taking ages (Durham is awful for this) and all the while more and more clearing places are being taken up I've also (Herd bath are pretty bad) so if your sure and I mean really sure an you know kind of where you might want to go if you don't get your firm call them now and withdraw your application and just be prepared that you may have to go in to clearing.
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    (Original post by jonathanemptage)
    you can but it can take a long time hours or even days some unis have reputations of taking ages (Durham is awful for this) and all the while more and more clearing places are being taken up I've also (Herd bath are pretty bad) so if your sure and I mean really sure an you know kind of where you might want to go if you don't get your firm call them now and withdraw your application and just be prepared that you may have to go in to clearing.
    Please be careful with your terminology - withdrawing one's application is quite different. Please check out the article I've linked to above.
 
 
 
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