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    These are the status options which are listed on UCAS for results day:

    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...r-results-mean

    There doesn't appear to be a status option along the lines of "you have been rejected by your firm and awaiting a decision by your insurance choice".

    There's only a status for if you are in clearing or if one of your offers has been changed to unconditional.

    I was wondering what your status would be on track if you haven't met your firm offer, but your insurance university has yet to either make your offer unconditional or send you to clearing.
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    These are the status options which are listed on UCAS for results day:

    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...r-results-mean

    There doesn't appear to be a status option along the lines of "you have been rejected by your firm and awaiting a decision by your insurance choice".

    There's only a status for if you are in clearing or if one of your offers has been changed to unconditional.

    I was wondering what your status would be on track if you haven't met your firm offer, but your insurance university has yet to either make your offer unconditional or send you to clearing.
    "you have replied to your offer(s) and are holding at least one conditional place."
    UCAS don't differentiate between firm and insurance in their messages. If you have a conditional firm or are rejected from your firm but your insurance is still conditional the message will be the same.
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    "you have replied to your offer(s) and are holding at least one conditional place."
    UCAS don't differentiate between firm and insurance in their messages. If you have a conditional firm or are rejected from your firm but your insurance is still conditional the message will be the same.
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    If your CF Uni rejects you, you automatically go CF at your insurance. If they then confirm your place, it will show as UF.

    If your CF dithers and doesn't make a decision, it will still show as CF, but your insurance may have confirmed that would take you and will show as UI. This will either disappear if your CF does confirm your place, or turn to UK if they reject you.
 
 
 
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