If you make a clearing account for universities now, can you get to the adjustment?

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If I have no offer, and apply through clearing. Can I look at adjustment? Or do I have to have an offer to look at adjustment. Or can I have an offer that I get through clearing and then look at the adjustment ones, how does it all work?
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If I have no offer, and apply through clearing. Can I look at adjustment? Or do I have to have an offer to look at adjustment. Or can I have an offer that I get through clearing and then look at the adjustment ones, how does it all work?
Adjustment is only for people who meet and exceed their firm offer. You have no offer, so adjustment is not for you. You are eligible for Clearing. You can't then 'trade up', not least because if you are in Clearing, it means that you have your results already, and any offer you get through Clearing will be unconditional firm, and Adjustment is not available for UF. Just pick a clearing offer you like.
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