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So I made the mistake of forgetting to add a qualification to my UCAS application only realising after hitting send. I have filled out a qualification adjustment form through UCAS track and was wondering if anyone else has any experience in this and how long it takes for the change to be made? How do you know??? Thank you
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Hi there

Do not panic. Lots of people also fall into this boat.

If you are worried call the helpline to ask.
You are within 14 days so you can still withdraw and and send again.

Talk to your school to see which one they would prefer.

Good luck!
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(Original post by Ellie1718)
So I made the mistake of forgetting to add a qualification to my UCAS application only realising after hitting send. I have filled out a qualification adjustment form through UCAS track and was wondering if anyone else has any experience in this and how long it takes for the change to be made? How do you know??? Thank you
Ucas will usually email you within a few working days to confirm that your application has been updated. You then need to notify your universities f the update.
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Ucas will usually email you within a few working days to confirm that your application has been updated. You then need to notify your universities f the update.
Okay, thank you. Should I wait until UCAS have emailed me before contacting the universities? Also, would I just email each uni's admission email?
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No, you don’t need to wait for UCAS to update. And yes, you’ll need to email each relevant admissions department unless they have a portal which you can message them through.
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Okay, thank you. Should I wait until UCAS have emailed me before contacting the universities? Also, would I just email each uni's admission email?
You don’t have to wait but I would. Then when they hear from you they can check if your new qualification has come through then and there
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No, you don’t need to wait for UCAS to update. And yes, you’ll need to email each relevant admissions department unless they have a portal which you can message them through.
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You don’t have to wait but I would. Then when they hear from you they can check if your new qualification has come through then and there
Thank you both. My application has been updated and I've emailed all my Uni's to make sure that they are aware. Really appreciate your help.
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