What is "adjustment"?


Adjustment is a process which offers applicants who have passed their examinations with better results than expected the opportunity to reconsider what and where to study.

To be eligible for Adjustment you must have met and exceeded the conditions of your Firm choice offer.

If you want to use Adjustment you will first need to ‘Register for Adjustment’ in UCAS Track. You will have a maximum of five days to register and secure an alternative course.

You should visit the UCAS website for full details of the Adjustment process and detailed advice on eligibility.

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