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I sent my UCAS application off today but realised I said I took English Lit in 2017, rather than 2016. I’ve emailed UCAS and call the unis but they’re all closed. Will this be weighted against me regarding my application?
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I know someone who is a UCAS officer for a school, and this happened to others in my year. I don't think the UCAS offices are open on the weekend, but on Monday you can ring UCAS and get them to send your application back to you. Good luck, I'm sure it will all be fine
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(Original post by Ddraigdwr2)
I know someone who is a UCAS officer for a school, and this happened to others in my year. I don't think the UCAS offices are open on the weekend, but on Monday you can ring UCAS and get them to send your application back to you. Good luck, I'm sure it will all be fine
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I sent my UCAS application off today but realised I said I took English Lit in 2017, rather than 2016. I’ve emailed UCAS and call the unis but they’re all closed. Will this be weighted against me regarding my application?
Ucas won’t send your application back to you if it has been processed.

Are you sure it has gone to ucas and not to your referee? If it’s with your school referee then they can send it back to you.

If it’s gone to ucas you need to email [email protected] with the correction. Once they confirm that they have amended your application then you have to notify all of your universities directly.
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Ucas won’t send your application back to you if it has been processed.

Are you sure it has gone to ucas and not to your referee? If it’s with your school referee then they can send it back to you.

If it’s gone to ucas you need to email [email protected] with the correction. Once they confirm that they have amended your application then you have to notify all of your universities directly.
Unfortunately it’s definately gone to UCAS. I noticed the mistake on UCAS tracker. I’ve already sent them an email, and tried to call
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f a university such as CITY has given me an offer of 128 UCAS points from 2 subjects, will the points only from those two subjects count or can it be 128 UCAS points overall from all my qualifications e.g extra AS subjects and EPQ (because they still give me points)
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f a university such as CITY has given me an offer of 128 UCAS points from 2 subjects, will the points only from those two subjects count or can it be 128 UCAS points overall from all my qualifications e.g extra AS subjects and EPQ (because they still give me points)
If the wording of the offer says “128 points from 2 A levels “ then that’s what you need to fulfill the conditions
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