Can I Reject My Insurance Offer?

Can I accept two Masters offers?

You can accept as many offers as you wish.

To be fair to other applicants, when you’ve definitely decided which place to take up, inform the university..

How do I decline an offer after accepting?

As soon as you are certain of acceptance, you need to decline the first offer. See if you can think up a good excuse for your very poor behaviour. Yes. If there is a acceptable reason, you can email the university and tell them that you want to reject the offer and your reason for that.

How long does a clearing decision take?

Most of the Clearing process happens over the phone – it’s only the last step that requires a Clearing number and the ‘Add a Clearing Choice’ button on UCAS Track. If you had to be released by either your firm or insurance, you will need to wait for confirmation that this has been done, which may take up to 2 weeks.

Can I accept offers from 2 universities?

No. In principle, you could do that, but it’s not advisable, for the simple reason that if either school finds out you’ve accepted another offer, then both schools could end up rescinding their offers, and would be within their rights to do so. … Basically, you need to commit to one school only.

Can you go through clearing before results day?

Clearing actually kicks off before results day Note that the majority of Clearing places won’t become available until after A-level results are published in mid-August – but if you do find a course that’s listed in Clearing before then, make sure you apply early to avoid the post-exam result rush.

How many Uni offers can you accept?

You can only accept one firm choice and one insurance choice (if you choose to have one). You must decline all other offers.

Can you decline your insurance offer?

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.

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.

Can you go to your insurance university choice?

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. … If you decide that you don’t want to go to your insurance choice whatever happens, you’ll have to ask the university to let you go into clearing.

Can I accept two sixth form offers?

If their application is successful they are likely to be made a conditional offer. Because these are conditional offers, dependent on GCSE results, and there is no common application form, students can apply to several colleges without having to state any preference, and ultimately hold several offers at once.

Are Clearing offers lower?

Most universities that have course vacancies during Clearing will be prepared to accept you if your grades are below their entry requirements as long as you sound passionate and are right for the degree subject. They may also accept you based on the UCAS points you’ve accumulated rather than you final grades.

What happens if you accept a university offer and then change your mind?

Changing your mind If you change your mind after you accept an offer, you may have to withdraw your application and will not be able to use Clearing to look for another course.

Is accepting an offer of admission binding?

Because an early action decision is not binding, meaning you don’t have to attend if accepted, students have the option to accept the offer or continue to pursue admission at other colleges through their regular or rolling admission programs.

Can you decline Firm University offer?

Can I decline my place if it is still ‘conditional firm’? No. You’ll need to wait for the uni or college to update your offer, to either unconditional or unsuccessful. They may still be considering you, even if you didn’t get the required grades, so contact them to find out more.

What happens if you decline a university offer?

What happens when I decline an offer? When you decline an offer through UCAS Track you are released from your place. If you choose to decline all of your offers you will be automatically entered into UCAS Extra or Clearing. You may wish to do this if you’ve changed your mind about what course you want to take.

Is Clearing first come first serve?

UCAS Clearing does work on a first come first serve basis, which is why it can often be an anxious time for prospective students who are submitting an application.

What happens if you accept an unconditional offer?

Having an unconditional offer from your favourite university at an early stage of your application can be very reassuring. It means that if you select them as your firm choice, you will definitely be accepted on to the course, regardless of what grades you get in the summer.