How long does it take for a clearing choice to be accepted?

How long does it take for a clearing choice to be accepted?

Most of the Clearing process happens over the phone – it’s only the last step that requires a Clearing number and the ‘Add a Clearing Choice’ button on UCAS Track. If you had to be released by either your firm or insurance, you will need to wait for confirmation that this has been done, which may take up to 2 weeks.

What do you say during clearing?

Be polite, calm and positive about your plans and future ambitions. 7. Make sure you have researched each university before you call them. The staff you speak to will want to confirm that you have made an informed decision to study there, and not just chosen them out of desperation.

What happens when you call clearing?

Your Clearing call could be an interview When calling a university, the conversation might just involve confirming your grades and checking that there’s still have a spot available on the course you’re interested in.

Do you get interviewed in clearing?

For some of our courses you’ll have an interview as part of the Clearing process. This year we will conduct these via video call rather than ask you to attend in person. The interview and questions asked during Clearing help us assess your suitability for the course and the profession you are interested in.

How do you write a clear email?

  1. Know Your Purpose. Clear emails always have a clear purpose.
  2. Use the “One Thing” Rule. Emails are not the same as business meetings.
  3. Practice Empathy.
  4. Keep Introductions Brief.
  5. Limit Yourself to Five Sentences.
  6. Stick to a Standard Structure.
  7. Use Short Words, Sentences, and Paragraphs.
  8. Use the Active Voice.

How do I contact UNI for clearing?

  1. University Clearing 2021 – We Are Here To Help.
  2. Lines at most Universities are open from early morning until 8pm on the 15th August.
  3. Phone our clearing team: 0191 515 3000.

What questions are asked in clearing?

Making a Clearing call – your questions answered

  • What should I do before I phone? Search Ucas for specific courses vacancies, and look at university websites.
  • Can my mum or teacher ring?
  • Will I get straight through?
  • Will they interview me?
  • What should I ask?
  • What if I cry?
  • And if I need more help?
  • What next?