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    Okay, so I got my results, and got my Insurance uni. My first was for MSci in Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry at Nottingham, and I needed AAB. I got A*BB, and there are vacancies for BSc in biochemistry, which needs ABB. So do you think they'd let me change MSci to BSc for now, and then switch back later on when I'm actually at uni? I've tried phoning up the hotline, but can't get through. And I'm not sure if because I got my insurance, I can still change my firm and get a place. I don't really know what to do. My second choice isn't bad, but I preferred the feel and facilities of Nottingham, and I really want to go. Any advice?

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    Okay, so I got my results, and got my Insurance uni. My first was for MSci in Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry at Nottingham, and I needed AAB. I got A*BB, and there are vacancies for BSc in biochemistry, which needs ABB. So do you think they'd let me change MSci to BSc for now, and then switch back later on when I'm actually at uni? I've tried phoning up the hotline, but can't get through. And I'm not sure if because I got my insurance, I can still change my firm and get a place. I don't really know what to do. My second choice isn't bad, but I preferred the feel and facilities of Nottingham, and I really want to go. Any advice?

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    You could try ringing them to see if they'd agree; certainly worth asking the question. They could change your UCAS to a UCC if they agree, which would sort things out with your insurance straight away.
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    (Original post by Steampunk_Kitty)
    Okay, so I got my results, and got my Insurance uni. My first was for MSci in Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry at Nottingham, and I needed AAB. I got A*BB, and there are vacancies for BSc in biochemistry, which needs ABB. So do you think they'd let me change MSci to BSc for now, and then switch back later on when I'm actually at uni? I've tried phoning up the hotline, but can't get through. And I'm not sure if because I got my insurance, I can still change my firm and get a place. I don't really know what to do. My second choice isn't bad, but I preferred the feel and facilities of Nottingham, and I really want to go. Any advice?

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    100% keep trying on the hotline for nottingham. Hopefully you will be able to get the BSc!
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    Okay, great, and thanks for the speedy replies!
 
 
 
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