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Upon further consideration I no longer want to attend my firm or insurance university as I would like to stay closer to home. Is there any way I can go into clearing if I meet the offer conditions of those universities?
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Yes, once you have your results you can release yourself into clearing.
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You can release yourself into clearing if you meet them on your offers page on the day.
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Are you sure? I was under the impression that I am confined to my firm offer if I am accepted, unless the offer is unconditional. Is there any way of confirming this with UCAS.
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Are you sure? I was under the impression that I am confined to my firm offer if I am accepted, unless the offer is unconditional. Is there any way of confirming this with UCAS.
It's a new thing ucas is doing this year, probably on the website officially. I'm relying on this so I'm pretty sure on this. I'll try grab a link though
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Are you sure? I was under the impression that I am confined to my firm offer if I am accepted, unless the offer is unconditional. Is there any way of confirming this with UCAS.
https://www.ucas.com/advisers/guides...lease-clearing
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There is an article about it here: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/new...the-first-time which has some information about how it works. As stated in the article and above, it will be after you get your results (when your firm offer is changed from a conditional to unconditional on track) that you will be able to do so. You can then go into clearing if you wish, or take a year out and reapply.

Previously you could do it but you would need to ring up the uni you have an offer with to have them release you into clearing, which could waste time. Now you can do it yourself.
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