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    Hi, I've recently just accepted an offer but I'm unsure if I'm going to get the grades at the end of the year. Is there anyway to look at the offers available in UCAS extra/Clearing without having to decline my offer?

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    You could wait for UCAS Adjustment.

    Or just use UCAS Search to find courses in Extra.
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    You could wait for UCAS Adjustment.

    Or just use UCAS Search to find courses in Extra.
    What's ucas adjustment?
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    (Original post by RogueAlpha022)
    What's ucas adjustment?
    It's on this thing called Google.
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    If you’ve already accepted an offer then I don’t think you can use extra?

    The best way to find out if universities have spaces on the course you want is to email them as UCAS isn’t always up to date on availability.
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    (Original post by RogueAlpha022)
    Hi, I've recently just accepted an offer but I'm unsure if I'm going to get the grades at the end of the year. Is there anyway to look at the offers available in UCAS extra/Clearing without having to decline my offer?

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    You can look at the options in extra using the ucas search, clearing isn't available till august.
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    Ucas search. Show vacancies only. Then follow up with a phone call.
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    Thanks for all the responses it's been really useful. I've found a couple of other courses that I'm interested in.

    Should I ring them tomorrow to ask if I can apply?

    And would it be stupid to apply for a similar course and the same university that I've accepted an offer from.(chosen course physiotherapy, other course podiatry)
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    (Original post by RogueAlpha022)
    Thanks for all the responses it's been really useful. I've found a couple of other courses that I'm interested in.

    Should I ring them tomorrow to ask if I can apply?

    And would it be stupid to apply for a similar course and the same university that I've accepted an offer from.(chosen course physiotherapy, other course podiatry)
    If you’re changing courses you’ll need a new personal statement, something to keep in mind. But yeah ring up tomorrow and ask, explaining your situation to them will probably get you better answers than we can give!
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