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Don't panic. UCAS won't allow you to make any applications until 3pm on results day, so take time to consider your options and call universities.
Consider your options. Think about courses that are similar: joint honours or maybe the option to study a degree with a foundation year.
Keep an open mind. You may eventually settle for a course that is completely different to the one you applied for – but it may be even better!
The University of Plymouth's impressive campus sits near the centre of 'Britain's Ocean City', between the sea, Cornwall and Dartmoor. In this beautiful setting, the university seeks to advance knowledge and transform lives through its broad spectrum of subjects, to tackle global challenges and make a positive difference to people's lives. Students benefit from studying in this rich, natural environment and gaining experience through real-world projects.
The University of Plymouth will be running Clearing in line with previous years. A Level results day will be on 18 August. When you receive your results, Plymouth will be there to confirm your place or support you in securing a Clearing place. The uni will be holding an information day on Saturday 20 August on campus, with the opportunity to attend drop-ins and talks on accommodation and funding. You ‘ll also be able to talk to academics and current students and get your questions answered.