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After the results come out UCAS will send a letter in which you confirm your choice and reply immediately.

Can i ask if this can be done by another person (does it need signing?) as i maybe still on holiday that week, thx in advance.

can u confirm online?
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The form needs a tick, a date and a signature, and you have 14 days to send it back to the address printed on the form i.e. the university that has accepted you. However, I think it did say to contact your uni if there are any questions regarding when you send it in, if I remember correctly. Sorry, I don't have my slip anymore - obviously...
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(Original post by equili3rium)
After the results come out UCAS will send a letter in which you confirm your choice and reply immediately.

Can i ask if this can be done by another person (does it need signing?) as i maybe still on holiday that week, thx in advance.

can u confirm online?
Yes it needs a signature, a date and such - and no it can't be done online - however if on results day you know you've reached an offer, or once you've rang up to enquire to make sure you've got your place - tell them that you won't be at home to sign your AS12 form and that you don't want your place at the Uni to lapse. They should be able to confirm it "informally" for you, until you can get back to send them your AS12.

Thats all I did with Sheffield last summer, as I was off to Florida the Saturday immediately after the results.
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You could just have someone else forge a signiture on it - thats what I'd do.
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