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UCAS is how the majority of full-time undergraduate students in the UK find a place in higher education, but it can be confusing. If you missed the UCAS deadline there are other options for you to get a degree place this September. We've put together some info on the process and what steps you can take next.
If you missed the UCAS deadline, then don't worry, there is another chance for you to gain a place to study for a degree. If you included five choices on your application, have received decisions from all five and weren’t accepted, or if you declined the offers you received, you can add another choice through UCAS Extra:
If you did not use all five of your choices in your initial UCAS application, you can add another choice in UCAS Track:
But if you originally applied to just one choice so paid the reduced fee, all you have to do is pay the extra £5 in Track to allow you to make more.
If you haven't applied via UCAS yet don’t panic. The final deadline is 30 June, so there’s still plenty of time to submit your application. Ask yourself the following questions to give you a starting point:
Once you’ve received your offers you have three options: firm acceptance is your first choice, insurance is a back-up, and decline to turn down all other offers.
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