UCAS Adjustment

Have you got better results than you expected? You might be very happy with your initial choice of University but better results may mean you could opt for a different course at a different institution.

Adjustment is a chance for you to reconsider where and what to study. If you’ve had a conditional firm choice accepted – and therefore made into an unconditional firm choice – you could potentially swap your place for one on another course you prefer.

Adjustment is available from A level results day (13 August 2020), until 1 September. It’s entirely optional, and a lot of competitive courses will be full – but other applicants might have missed their conditions or swapped a course too, so it could be worth seeing what’s available.

– If you try Adjustment but you don’t find anything, you’ll still keep the course you gained on results day.

– You’ll see the option to register in Track. Your original UF choice will be safe while you’re looking for another – you’ll only lose it if you confirm you’d like to go elsewhere and the new university/college adds themselves to your application.

– If originally you only applied for one course for the reduced fee of £20, you’ll have to pay the additional £5 to apply to more courses.

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