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What is UCAS Adjustment?

FAQs / What is UCAS Adjustment?

UCAS Adjustment can occur when your grades (UCAS tariff points) have exceeded the universities UCAS  tariff point requirements. UCAS Adjustment is essentially a second chance to apply to university, as the increased UCAS tariff points allows you to apply for more universities than before, Adjustment is usually done when you have achieved higher grades than you were predicted, it’s directly opposite from UCAS Clearing.

If you wish to view UCAS Adjustment information click here:
https://www.ucas.com/ucas/undergraduate/apply-and-track/results/adjustment-%E2%80%93-if-you%E2%80%99ve-done-better-expected

If you would like to view information on UCAS Adjustment and UCAS Clearing:
https://universitycompare.com/university-advice/clearing-adjustment-tips/

If your wish to compare universities and courses as you are applying for UCAS Adjustment use our comparison tool here:
https://universitycompare.com/compare/

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