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As of 20th September 2018, the academic intake year saw a total of 60,100 hopeful students accepted through the UCAS clearing process. Not only was this figure 150 higher than the previous year, it broke a new record for the number of students in total who had been taken in through clearing. Unfortunately, despite the incredible number of success stories which have generated from the clearing process, in 2019, there still exists a major stigma around it. In this article, we set out to quash the myths and provide you with a factual realisation of the benefits of clearing.
Posted in UCAS & Application on Aug 09, 2019 by Jude Schofield
"Everything has worked out absolutely fine in the end, so I don’t have any regrets”. Amy missed out on her university choices to study medicine and went through clearing and secured a place at Brighton.
Posted in UCAS & Application on Aug 09, 2019 by Clarissa Ducie
In the run up to A-Level results day thousands of students across the country tend to panic and catastrophise. Results day stress is completely normal, but if it builds it can impact your mental health. There are a few things you can do to stay calm before results day such as staying off social media, planning for UCAS Clearing by looking at UCAS courses available, making a plan for collecting your results, and talk to friends and family members about your stress.