About Adjustment

You may find you have passed your exams with better results than expected or predicted. This may mean that you will have not only met the conditions of your firm choice but will have exceeded them. Adjustment is an opportunity for you to reconsider where and what to study.

Who is eligible?

To be eligible to use Adjustment:

  • your results must have met and exceeded the conditions of your conditional firm (CF) choice.

You are NOT eligible to use Adjustment if:

  • you are confirmed (UF) at your firm choice but did not exceed the conditions of the offer
  • you have a confirmed place on a changed course offer
  • your original offer was unconditional.

You cannot adjust your insurance choice.

The Adjustment period

The Adjustment process is available from 15 August 2019 until 31 August 2019. Your individual Adjustment period starts on 15 August or when your conditional firm (CF) choice changes to unconditional firm (UF), whichever is later. From this time you have a maximum of five calendar days (five 24-hour periods, including Saturdays and Sundays) to register and secure an alternative course, if you decide this is what you want to do.

If you want to try to find an alternative course you must register to use Adjustment via UCAS Track so universities and colleges can view your application.

Your Track 'choices' page shows you when your Adjustment period ends. If you become eligible to use Adjustment less than five calendar days before 31 August, you have the remaining time before then to find an alternative place.

If you do not find a suitable place elsewhere you will remain accepted at your original choice.

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