Can your insurance choice be higher than your firm?
You can only have one insurance choice. The conditions for your insurance choice can be higher than your firm choice, but be aware that if you’re not accepted by your firm choice, it’s unlikely that you will be accepted for an insurance choice that requests higher grades.
Can you choose to go to your insurance choice?
Insurance acceptance – the back-up choice to a conditional firm acceptance. … You can’t choose between your firm and insurance when you get your results, so make sure you’re happy with which is your firm and which is your insurance before you reply.
Can you turn down your insurance choice?
Will I lose my insurance place if I decline my firm place? Yes, by declining your firm place, you’ll enter Clearing, and you can apply to a uni or college with vacancies. If you want to go to your insurance place, you should phone them to see if they will accept you before declining your firm place.
Can I reject my firm choice and accept my insurance?
If you’re accepted by your Firm choice, the Insurance choice becomes irrelevant. If you want to, you can just have a Firm Acceptance and decline the rest, but this is only advisable if you know you can meet the conditions of your Firm Acceptance or don’t mind applying again through UCAS Extra or Clearing.
Do universities know if they are your firm choice?
Universities will only know where else you’ve applied once they’ve made their decision and you’ve decided whether or not to accept them as your firm or insurance choice. But even then it won’t affect things.
Can I change my firm and insurance choices?
Both universities will need to agree for you to swap your firm and insurance choices. Contact your current insurance choice first to check if they are happy to become your firm choice. If they are, you can contact your current firm choice to ask for the change.
Can I decline my insurance choice and go into clearing?
Can you reject your insurance offer and go through Clearing instead? Yes, you can now self-release yourself into Clearing. You no longer have to wait to be released by your insurance choice, but can do it yourself, saving valuable time.
Will universities accept lower grades 2021?
Will universities accept lower grades in 2021? This will depend both on the university and the course. Entry requirements for some courses may be lowered, but this is not guaranteed. … Universities may accept lower grades or reduce the entry requirements for some courses in Clearing 2021.
What should my insurance choice be?
Your insurance choice should normally be a lower grade offer
Your insurance choice should act as a back-up option if you don’t get the grades you were expecting and miss out on your firm choice. So it doesn’t make any sense picking an insurance choice with higher entry requirements than your firm choice.
What do I do if I don’t want my firm choice?
If you no longer want to go to your firm choice, you can use the ‘decline your place’ button in Track. From 5 July, if you are holding a firm unconditional place, you can release yourself into Clearing, by using the ‘decline your place’ button in Track.
Can you decline an offer on results day?
If you wish to decline your offer, you can go into Clearing. You can self-release into Clearing if you wish to decline your offers. If you just missed out on your grades by a few marks or intend to appeal any grades, you may be able to ask your firm choice to reconsider if they haven’t accepted you.
How do I decline my insurance choice on UCAS?
Sign in to your Track account. On the homepage, next to the course you wish to be released from, click the ‘decline my place’ button. Only use this button if you have a verbal offer for another course through Clearing and are absolutely sure you no longer want your firm or insurance choice.