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Match reinstates students UCAS application after it was terminated

Match reinstates students UCAS application after it was terminated

Our client made an application via the UCAS system for places at universities. Our client failed to place on his application form various results for examinations which he had retaken and performed better. Our client had only added the better mark. UCAS argued against this and due to the time it took to deal with the issue, cancelled his registration.  UCAS gave our client a deadline to respond to them with his final response on whether he was to include the previous exam results though terminated his application before this deadline. Our client approached us for assistance.  We wrote to UCAS and asked them to immediately reinstate our client’s application given the early termination. Our client’s application was reinstated almost immediately. Our client’s applications have now been processed and he is looking forward to attending the University of his choice. 



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