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Reapplying for university because of no offers

Mar 2019

I am quite nervous that I will receive no offer from the universities I have selected on UCAS. If I get no offers, is it possible to submit a new application with different universities? Also, is it worth contacting the universities that didn't let me in for e.g. Law and asking them to let me in for a different course?


You have several options if you don't receive any offers. You can go into UCAS Extra. Alternatively, you can wait for your exam results and go into Clearing in summer. You could make a new application for the next year's UCAS cycle once you've received your results. Try to focus on getting the best possible exam results at this stage. Find out more about UCAS Extra.

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