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    Hi all,

    I've already accepted an Unconditional offer to study Psychology at my chosen uni, but now I'm having second thoughts on my course choice and I don't want to make a decision I regret :confused:
    I'm predicted AAB with BBC at AS and I accepted the unconditional for BBB.

    Is there anyway I can change my course? And can I do this through Adjustment on UCAS?

    Any help would be much appreciated I'm having kittens about it
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    (Original post by abbyreillyxxx)
    Hi all,

    I've already accepted an Unconditional offer to study Psychology at my chosen uni, but now I'm having second thoughts on my course choice and I don't want to make a decision I regret :confused:
    I'm predicted AAB with BBC at AS and I accepted the unconditional for BBB.

    Is there anyway I can change my course? And can I do this through Adjustment on UCAS?

    Any help would be much appreciated I'm having kittens about it
    Does your current firm show as conditional or unconditional on Track?

    When did you make the change on Track? You have a grace period in which you can swap your choices by calling UCAS.

    Would you like to swap to one of your other offers or to apply elsewhere? You can make changes to your choices with agreement from your universities even after the grace period has passed. Waiting until results day isn't ideal.
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    Does your current firm show as conditional or unconditional on Track?

    When did you make the change on Track? You have a grace period in which you can swap your choices by calling UCAS.

    Would you like to swap to one of your other offers or to apply elsewhere? You can make changes to your choices with agreement from your universities even after the grace period has passed. Waiting until results day isn't ideal.
    It shows as Unconditional and I firmed it the beginning of December so the 14 days is over.

    I just want to change my course as the bare minimum and perhaps consider other universities as the change would transfer me to a campus that I don't like as much..
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    (Original post by abbyreillyxxx)
    It shows as Unconditional and I firmed it the beginning of December so the 14 days is over.

    I just want to change my course as the bare minimum and perhaps consider other universities as the change would transfer me to a campus that I don't like as much..
    If you want to swap your firm from the offer you firmed to another choice then that is possible with agreement from all universities involved (so you would contact the university you want as your new firm, if they're willing to honour the offer then contact UCAS and explain the situation and then contact your new firm and your old firm and ask them to confirm their agreement with UCAS). IF you'd like to go to your other original universities for a different subject then again that is possible if they agree.

    If you want to swap your current firm to another university that you didn't have in your original 5 choices then wait until February when Extra opens, contact the new firm and ask if they'll consider you, if they agree then contact your current firm and explain that you no longer want to take up your place with them and want to be put into Extra. Once you're in Extra then you can add in your new university as an extra choice.
 
 
 
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