It says on the track website that limited changes can be made now till the 8th. Does that mean I can't withdraw from my insurance anymore as I don't want to go??
Am I still able to cancel a choice from my ucas? Watch
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- 04-08-2016 01:40
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- 04-08-2016 13:39
Unless you have been told specifically you'll be heading to your firm choice, I would hold out on withdrawing from your insurance just in case.
If you are 100% adamant you don't want to go, then you should personally ring the uni up and ask them to remove your application. The 8th is only 4 more days. So I would personally have a serious think about it before you do anything that could be potentially damaging to your near-future.
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- 04-08-2016 13:41
By accepting a choice as either firm or insurance you enter into an agreement. You can only change that with the agreement of all parties.
That means if you don't want to go to your insurance (and would prefer to go straight into Clearing) then you need to call your insurance choice and explain that to them and ask them what they need from you to make sure that happens on results day.
If you had approached your Insurance choice about this before mid-end July then it could have been arranged in a way that you would see the difference on Track.