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I'm just wondering what courses are usually available in clearing or clearing extra because I'm not sure I really want to do the course or go to the uni's I've applied to. I applied to mostly one's in the north of england but I really want to go to the south now. I'm also not that confident I'll meet my offers (if I get any)

Is it usually just engineering/science courses that need filled up?
Will there be many places left for Management or Economics?
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There arent usually many places at any of the top unis available through clearing.
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I'm just wondering what courses are usually available in clearing or clearing extra because I'm not sure I really want to do the course or go to the uni's I've applied to. I applied to mostly one's in the north of england but I really want to go to the south now. I'm also not that confident I'll meet my offers (if I get any)

Is it usually just engineering/science courses that need filled up?
Will there be many places left for Management or Economics?

Welll....

Engineering/Biology/Chem/Physics/Maths (the latter two if you're fortunate)...you'll have a great deal of choice.

With Management/Econ...well, that's the flip side of the coin. You could be forced into either making your choice based on the region i.e. north/south, or attempting to find a good university. That will have to be your decision, you will be extremely lucky to get both. Also, hugely popular Econ/Man. courses are long gone, ie. LSE/Warwick/UCL/Bristol/Notts, etc.

A few of the large redbrick universities may have something, i.e. Manchester/B'ham. At these universities, you may only have the choice of getting onto one of the dual honours, or at least will be restricted somewhat. However, on a positive, Lesta and Liverpool are most probably the only two 'traditonal' universities that are likely to have a fairly good range of options open to you. Other than that, the ex poly's will have literally all their courses available. Also, the 60's universities (massive exceptions being Warwick/York) will all have a fair bit of choice available.

To finish on a positive, the courses you are considering are very heavily oversubsribed, however naturally, they respond to excessive demand by raising the number of places available.

Hope this helps.
J.S.
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what you can do is withdraw your application and reapply, but your fee will be lost, so you will have to pay £15 again. depends on how serious you are. i never done it, but it should be possible.

as in clearing you only choose from what are left overs...
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