Can you reapply to a uni through clearing if you’ve already been rejected by it?

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if ur predicted grades didn’t meet their requirements and they reject u, but on results day u get higher grades can u apply to them by clearing again if they go through clearing. Or will they not consider ur application since they’ve already rejected u?
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You can try - but it may not have been just your predicted grades that meant they rejected you.
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(Original post by Minminwun)
if ur predicted grades didn’t meet their requirements and they reject u, but on results day u get higher grades can u apply to them by clearing again if they go through clearing.
Yes, you can.

(Original post by Minminwun)
Or will they not consider ur application since they’ve already rejected u?
I've heard is said (here on TSR) that they're likely to be more interested in someone who initially applied to them (compared to other Clearing applicants), because they know they're genuinely interested in the course/university - and aren't just taking anything available. I've no idea whether that's accurate, however.
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(Original post by Minminwun)
if ur predicted grades didn’t meet their requirements and they reject u, but on results day u get higher grades can u apply to them by clearing again if they go through clearing. Or will they not consider ur application since they’ve already rejected u?
Yes you can. These circumstances are the main reason they might reconsider you.
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if ur predicted grades didn’t meet their requirements and they reject u, but on results day u get higher grades can u apply to them by clearing again if they go through clearing. Or will they not consider ur application since they’ve already rejected u?
You can apply but it is very unlikely they will accept you. They had the option of making you a conditional offer and could have rejected you if you didnt reach them. They have decided not to.

There is also the question of whether they will be in clearing anyway.

As far as preferring students who have applied over those who havent that is for students with offers who have droped grades not students they have rejected.
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You can apply but it is very unlikely they will accept you. They had the option of making you a conditional offer and could have rejected you if you didnt reach them. They have decided not to.

There is also the question of whether they will be in clearing anyway.

As far as preferring students who have applied over those who havent that is for students with offers who have droped grades not students they have rejected.
Why would they offer u a place with conditions higher than your predicted grades, that doesn’t make any sense. They can give you an offer with lower grades than ur predicted grades but not higher. Say if u r predicted B, they won’t say we’ll give u a place if u get an A instead cause that’s our entry requirement, instead they’ll just reject you for not having A as predicted.
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Why would they offer u a place with conditions higher than your predicted grades, that doesn’t make any sense. They can give you an offer with lower grades than ur predicted grades but not higher. Say if u r predicted B, they won’t say we’ll give u a place if u get an A instead cause that’s our entry requirement, instead they’ll just reject you for not having A as predicted.
That isnt the case. Very often they make reach offers. That isnt unusual. Predicted grades are totally unreliable anyway and many universities ignore them. In 2019 the last year when there exams 75% failed to reach their predicted grades. This year there is likely to be inflated grades again so somebody getting an A might only have got a B in past years. The reality is that it is unlikely a university that rejected you will accept you even if the course is available in clearing and many courses especially at leading universities wont be in clearing.
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