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Only applied to one uni

I don't have an insurance choice for my university application as I only applied to one university. What do I do if I don't get accepted there? Is it too late to add another choice on my UCAS application?
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Answered by Alison Patterson
Hi Hannah,

You can use UCAS Track to add choices. You will be asked to pay the additional £11.

UCAS Extra is also a possibility. Go to:

I'm not sure which course you are interested in. It would be worth discussing your plans with someone.

Of course, if your offer comes through from your first choice university and you make the offer you will be fine.

Usually, at this time of year we suggest you should be focussing on your exams and not distracted by UCAS. But you haven't given yourself a margin for error so you probably should add some choices.

Good luck!

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