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    I recently got accepted into my University. I didn't get the correct amount of UCAS points but I was accepted regardless. Unfortunately, my finance is not an option because my declaration form was ignored TWICE so now I have no finance and have been forced to pull out of my course. Now I'm worried that when I apply next year I won't get in because I didn't get enough UCAS points this year?

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    I recently got accepted into my University. I didn't get the correct amount of UCAS points but I was accepted regardless. Unfortunately, my finance is not an option because my declaration form was ignored TWICE so now I have no finance and have been forced to pull out of my course. Now I'm worried that when I apply next year I won't get in because I didn't get enough UCAS points this year?

    Any advice?
    I'm guessing its too late now but sometimes you need to be persistant with student finance, calling them to chase things up. You don't get any money until after you enrol anyway so you always need to go to university with some reserves. Whether you get into university or not next year will be up to the university, the better thing if you still wanted to go there would have been to defer your entry.
 
 
 
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