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I'm currently studying International Foundation Year and I applied to universities through UCAS. I will need to send my results directly to my firm and insurance choices in order to get accepted. Since my firm choice asked for 70%, am I eligible to go through Adjustment if I achieve several percents more? What minimum percentage I have to achieve to use Adjustment? And if I am eligible for it, how can I apply?
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Hello!

I'm currently studying International Foundation Year and I applied to universities through UCAS. I will need to send my results directly to my firm and insurance choices in order to get accepted. Since my firm choice asked for 70%, am I eligible to go through Adjustment if I achieve several percents more? What minimum percentage I have to achieve to use Adjustment? And if I am eligible for it, how can I apply?
You need to meet all the conditions of your firm offer AND exceed them - so with 71% you would be eligible for adjustment if your foundation percentage is the only condition to your firm offer.

Adjustment is available from A level results day and will be available as an option on Track on that day if your firm place is unconditional on that day. You then have 7 days (5 working days) to contact other universities - the university you are adjusting to is responsible for "fishing" your application out of adjustment.
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You need to meet all the conditions of your firm offer AND exceed them - so with 71% you would be eligible for adjustment if your foundation percentage is the only condition to your firm offer.

Adjustment is available from A level results day and will be available as an option on Track on that day if your firm place is unconditional on that day. You then have 7 days (5 working days) to contact other universities - the university you are adjusting to is responsible for "fishing" your application out of adjustment.
Thank you for your answer! But how can I prove to UCAS, that I exceeded my requirements? Do I need to contact them directly?
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Thank you for your answer! But how can I prove to UCAS, that I exceeded my requirements? Do I need to contact them directly?
You don't prove to UCAS - it's the responsibility of the university you adjust to to check that you've met and exceeded your firm offer.
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You don't prove to UCAS - it's the responsibility of the university you adjust to to check that you've met and exceeded your firm offer.
Oh, sorry then. I just saw tutorial on UCAS and it looked like they need to let you enter Adjustment.
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