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    I have found a course I really like the look of but I did not apply earlier in the year. Can I pull out of my offers on results day and apply for the other course through clearing if am still thinking of doing the other course?
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    (Original post by Tom Downey)
    I have found a course I really like the look of but I did not apply earlier in the year. Can I pull out of my offers on results day and apply for the other course through clearing if am still thinking of doing the other course?
    Yes you can ask your confirmed place to release you into clearing, it can take a couple of days though. If you are certain you don't want to go to your firm and insurance choices, there's still enough time to get released into clearing ready for when you do have your results.
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    Yes you can ask your confirmed place to release you into clearing, it can take a couple of days though. If you are certain you don't want to go to your firm and insurance choices, there's still enough time to get released into clearing ready for when you do have your results.
    If I ask my firm to release me into clearing now does that mean I can't accept their offer on results day or can I still take their offer?
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    (Original post by Tom Downey)
    If I ask my firm to release me into clearing now does that mean I can't accept their offer on results day or can I still take their offer?
    Ah i see, you don't have a choice with offers on results day, so you aren't choosing between a firm and insurance and withdrawing. It's automatic, you get that firm offer then the insurance disappears. So yes you ask to be released into clearing then that's it you're in clearing.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Ah i see, you don't have a choice with offers on results day, so you aren't choosing between a firm and insurance and withdrawing. It's automatic, you get that firm offer then the insurance disappears. So yes you ask to be released into clearing then that's it you're in clearing.
    Thanks for your help!
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    (Original post by Tom Downey)
    Thanks for your help!
    glad to help, i hope you find the right course choice for you
 
 
 
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