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    Can you use it even though you have accepted a firm & insurance offer & go for any degree not related to the degree that you are going for?

    Just curious.
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    No, you have to either decline all your offers or hold no offers.
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    (Original post by nas7232)
    Can you use it even though you have accepted a firm & insurance offer & go for any degree not related to the degree that you are going for?

    Just curious.
    Why would you want to do that? :s
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    (Original post by trev)
    Why would you want to do that? :s
    Originally Posted by nas7232
    Can you use it even though you have accepted a firm & insurance offer & go for any degree not related to the degree that you are going for?

    Just curious.
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    I've applied for law (2005 entry) and have recieved 4 offers (keele, lancaster, aberdeen, liverpool), 1 rejection (nottingham) and still waiting on qmul. thing is im really regretting my choices because i wish id applied to edinburgh and king's college. is anyone else considering turning down their offers for another bash at a different uni? i wouldnt mind going to liverpool but i didnt know edinburgh did law til last month (and yes i am aware that its scots law but i wouldnt mind)... just its such a big gamble. would be nice to hear from anyone who is also in a similar situation. ive contacted the admissions tutors to check if they're part of the extra scheme but no reply as of yet
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    yeh i've contacted a few unis to ask whether they're accepting applicants through extra, just havent replied yet.gargh. i wouldnt reject my offers if i wasnt certain that they were part of ucas extra.big big gamble. thanks for the advice.
 
 
 
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