Sorry if someone's asked this already but I was just wondering if anyone knows the soonest that UCAS track would be updated because I heard that they find out your results before we do so people can find out if they're into a uni before they know theyre results? If that made any sense!
Basically i need to apply for accomodation as soon as i know if im in because it's first come first served and don't know how soon it will show on UCAS track, whether it will be like the day before, or only an hour or two before
Hey, sorry but it'll only update the morning of results day, there's always rumours going around that it "updates at midnight" and stuff but it doesn't.
It says on the UCAS website that they ubdate track ''mid-morning''. So it should be possible to check if you've got in or not before the post comes, or before you head for school/college. I'll be checking around 7.am, if I can wait that long. Probably.
And just to double check, if you log-in, and by your firm choice, it says: Unconditional - and the rest are declined (apart from the ones you were rejected from) - that means you've made the grades, right?
gutted! I heard the updating at midnight rumour!
Last year a few people got on at midnight and it'd been updated, but it was down again within minutes.
Yeah, I'm in the same situation with Bournemouth. If you have any results with edexcel and your school or college is signed up to results plus you can get the results online from 6am. I hoping for a B in Computing with edexcel then I can apply for Accommodation. Its a really annoying system though as pretty much all of my mates have applied for accomodation at there unis already.
I'm also lucky that my dads a postman so I have him looking out for any letters for me early that day but the mail centres are on strike the night before so I don't think UCAS letters will make it by results day.
You won't be able to find out before results day and it's likely to be from about 7 am that you can actually log on without it crashing or being slow. Unconditional means you're in, unsuccessful means you're not, conditional means either they didn't tell UCAS in time for it to be updated or they haven't decided yet.
so if its unsucessful theres no point ringing them up and trying to persuade them to let u in then?