A Step by Step Guide to University Clearing 2014
After the stress of completing your A Levels, the last thing most students want to do is to go through Clearing. Although it sounds chaotic and stressful, with the right preparation and knowledge, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way.
We have looked into what it is that makes students so anxious about clearing, and created a step by step guide with all the information you need to know:
Unless you have received an unconditional offer from the universities you applied to, it is recommended that you make sure you are prepared for clearing. As the statistics above show, going through to clearing doesn’t mean you have to give up on getting on your desired course. There’s still plenty on offer, and it is important to remember - the universities want to fill their places just as much as you want a place.
In some circumstances, students who go through to clearing end up studying on a course they originally applied for but in a different location. If this is the case – don’t panic – because many student accommodation providers still have rooms left.
If you get onto a course in London through clearing, we regularly update the available rooms in our student accommodation properties.
By following the steps and using these tips, clearing truly can be hassle-free.