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UCAS

(in Britain)
Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
www.ucas.co.uk
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
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Careers advisor at SDS Aileen Crawford said: "This year's UCAS Higher Education Exhibition gives young people and their parents the opportunity to find information about their options in the one place at the one time.
"This was not our error and UCAS sent an email to all affected students as soon as they noticed the error on Thursday, and have apologised to both the students and the university."
They will need time to read applications, check all qualifications are entered correctly, as well as personal statements before they are sent off to UCAS.
Have your details ready Make sure you have your Ucas number and exam results handy and that you know the details - eg.
Some universities ask for specific grades and subjects at Clearing, others require a certain number of UCAS Tariff points and some a mixture e.g.
If Track still says you are holding one or more conditional places, it will probably be because UCAS is still waiting for the institution to let them know if you've been accepted.
UCA, UCV, and WJ were immersed in optimum cutting temperature (OCT) compound (Leica, Wetzlar, Germany) and frozen at -70[degrees]C until sectioning.
"The majority of teenagers have laptops or tablets, so they can log in on their way into school," said a Ucas spokesman.
Management School of UCAS is a university institution of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, the highest-level scientific institution in the People's Republic of China.
Helen Thorne, director of policy and research at UCAS, said: "There'll be thousands of courses available in clearing this year - perhaps in subjects students might not have necessarily considered, and the scheme remains open until the end of September.