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rt6
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Hello ppl
From things Ive read about clearing is that if you dont meet your first choice offer or your insurance, then you get released into clearing. However, can you still go if you didnt get your first choice, but you got your insurance but you changed your mind about going to your insurance?
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Oh I see. Well, this was for my friend who wanted to know. Thanks
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Not sure if you can withdraw from the UCAS scheme and apply again if you change your mind about the insurance choice.
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But what if you only want to go to one specific uni? I thought that it was compulsary to put a firm and insurance.
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I think it's optional to put a insurance. Just put one anyway, incase you don't get the grades for your firm.
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Yes it's optional to have an insurance. The only time when you definitely can't is when you have an unconditional offer as your firm.
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