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    Can you still go through clearing if you achieve higher grades than your predictions?
    I am predicted AAC so am unlikely to achieve any offers from 'good' universities, so if I applied to universities with low entry requirements such as ones with 112 UCAS points (AAE), received offers, and then achieved AAA on results day, could I go through clearing and apply to a better university with requirements of AAB or above if they still have places left?
    I don't really like the sound of adjustment because apparently nothing is guaranteed and it's not very reliable.
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    Can you still go through clearing if you achieve higher grades than your predictions?
    I am predicted AAC so am unlikely to achieve any offers from 'good' universities, so if I applied to universities with low entry requirements such as ones with 112 UCAS points (AAE), received offers, and then achieved AAA on results day, could I go through clearing and apply to a better university with requirements of AAB or above if they still have places left?
    I don't really like the sound of adjustment because apparently nothing is guaranteed and it's not very reliable.
    Adjustment is risk free,that's what you want to go for if you can.clearing is where nothing is guaranteed.
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    Can you still go through clearing if you achieve higher grades than your predictions?
    I am predicted AAC so am unlikely to achieve any offers from 'good' universities, so if I applied to universities with low entry requirements such as ones with 112 UCAS points (AAE), received offers, and then achieved AAA on results day, could I go through clearing and apply to a better university with requirements of AAB or above if they still have places left?
    I don't really like the sound of adjustment because apparently nothing is guaranteed and it's not very reliable.
    In Adjustment you keep your original place while you look elsewhere. In Clearing you give up your original place first. So Clearing is riskier than Adjustment.

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