If you have an unconditional offer, you can select it now to confirm your place. If your offers are conditional on exam results or other requirements, you can pick two so you have an extra one as a back-up.
These are the types of reply you can make.
However, if you decide you don't want to accept any of the offers, you can decline them all and add more courses in our Extra service. Alternatively, you can see what courses still have vacancies later on in our Clearing service.
|Unconditional firm (UF)||You're in!|
|Conditional firm (CF)||You're in if you meet the conditions.|
|Conditional firm (CF) and conditional insurance (CI)||You've made a first and second choice – you'll be in at the first if you meet the conditions. If not, you might have met the conditions of the second – if so you'll be on that course instead.|
|Conditional firm (CF) and unconditional insurance (UI)||You've made a first and second choice – if you meet the conditions of the first you'll be on that course. If not, you'll definitely be on the second.|
When your last decision comes in, we'll send an email as usual to say there's an update (or a letter advising you about replying).
These are based on when we get the last decision in from your unis or colleges. Check Track to see your personal deadline.
|Last decision received on or before...||Means your reply date is...|
|31 March 2015||6 May 2015|
|7 May 2015||4 June 2015|
|4 June 2015||25 June 2015|
|16 July 2015||23 July 2015|
If you want to accept a place on a course that starts before your reply date, you should contact the university or college concerned to discuss what to do. If they give you an earlier deadline to reply, you should be aware that they may withdraw their offer if you do not to accept it before their specified deadline.