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    Hi,
    Recently I wanted to withdraw my ucas application as ive decided to change course. I called UCAS and the 14 days was up meaning i would not get a refund. I am wondering if I withdraw my UCAS applicaion now, will I be able to put 5 new choices on my application (i know I cant change my personal statement) and will I have to pay again?
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    As far as I am aware, once you get all your offers, you will be able to decline them all and change them... Not sure how that works with your personal statement though.
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    (Original post by KRSR)
    Hi,
    Recently I wanted to withdraw my ucas application as ive decided to change course. I called UCAS and the 14 days was up meaning i would not get a refund. I am wondering if I withdraw my UCAS applicaion now, will I be able to put 5 new choices on my application (i know I cant change my personal statement) and will I have to pay again?
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    No, you cannot change your choices or submit a new application.

    The innit thing you can do is wait until February when ucas Extra opens, which will allow you to apply to one university that is participating.

    If you're happy with the unis you've chosen, though, you can ask them to consider you for the other course (but they don't have to)
 
 
 
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