What is an insurance choice UCAS?
Insurance: this is the choice you’d want if you didn’t meet the conditions of your firm choice. If this is a conditional offer, you’d need to meet the conditions for your place to be confirmed. 3. … You can only have an insurance choice if your firm choice is a conditional offer.
Do I have to go to my insurance choice UCAS?
Your insurance choice is your second or back-up choice. … If your first choice falls through, you’ll be obliged to go to your insurance choice if you’ve put one down, so don’t pick somewhere you won’t be happy to go to. You don’t have to have an insurance option, either.
How do I change my insurance choice on UCAS?
If you accepted your offers in the last 14 days you can change your firm choice, your insurance choice – or both. Contact Ucas directly and speak to an adviser. They will be able to make the changes to your replies for you. Ucas calls this a ‘reply swap’.
How do I choose my first choice on UCAS?
Firm acceptance – this is your first choice.
- If it’s an unconditional offer, the place is yours! So that course provider will expect you as their student.
- Or if it’s conditional, the place is yours if you meet the offer conditions.
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 go to my insurance choice instead of my firm?
Both universities will need to agree for you to swap your firm and insurance choices. … If you want to go to your insurance choice instead, they will have to agree with this. It usually isn’t a problem, but make sure you contact them.
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.
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.
Does order of choices matter on UCAS?
It does not matter which order you add your choices in your UCAS application. You do not have to have the five maximum choices either!
Can you accept two college offers?
Yes, the student will accept more than one offer to give them more time to decide. … Some students are hoping that waitlist offers will still pull through, or financial aid offers are still being negotiated.
Can I accept two university offers?
You can receive only one offer in each offer round.
If you’re not made an offer to your first preference, but are eligible and competitive enough for your second preference, you’ll be made an offer to your second preference.