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    Hi people Please can someone help me.
    Right basically if i apply to a foundation year for pharmacy in Bradford university and on results day i get really good grades e.g ABB the can i reject my firm choice which is Bradford and go through clearing and apply for the actual pharmacy course at Bradford.
    Hope this makes sense...
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    (Original post by Sabby786)
    Hi people Please can someone help me.
    Right basically if i apply to a foundation year for pharmacy in Bradford university and on results day i get really good grades e.g ABB the can i reject my firm choice which is Bradford and go through clearing and apply for the actual pharmacy course at Bradford.
    Hope this makes sense...
    I think you're talking about Adjustment - the lesser known relative of Clearing.
    https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergradu...etter-expected

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    So if you're thinking about Adjustment, it'd be useful to research around 5 courses you have an interest in maybe each in different universities idk it's up to your interest, in addition to the ones you already chose, because a lot of the courses will be taken, and having more in mind can help if you don't find anything. Obviously, there's one question I have - and that's how do you search for available courses. I wouldn't expect one to have to reject the offer and then be able to apply for adjustment, and then look up a course - that would be stupid as hell because there might not be any courses. There needs to be a way of looking at what's available when the time is right.
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    (Original post by Kiritsugu)
    So if you're thinking about Adjustment, it'd be useful to research around 5 courses you have an interest in maybe each in different universities idk it's up to your interest, in addition to the ones you already chose, because a lot of the courses will be taken, and having more in mind can help if you don't find anything. Obviously, there's one question I have - and that's how do you search for available courses. I wouldn't expect one to have to reject the offer and then be able to apply for adjustment, and then look up a course - that would be stupid as hell because there might not be any courses. There needs to be a way of looking at what's available when the time is right.
    oh right thanks for your help
 
 
 
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