Hi guys, hope you’re all doing well. I’m on holiday this week, taking a week off uni work relaxing in Cornwall. It’s been quite nice weather so far and it isn’t flooded, although it was the week before I arrived so i’m pretty lucky! I’ve taken some nice pictures, i’ll upload a few next week once I’ve given them a small edit! For now though, here’s a picture I took on my phone:
For any of you that read this blog and go to Cirencester College, i’ll be coming to visit on the 4th March for your careers fair. As you guys might know, I used to study there for my A levels so it will be nice to go back and see if my old lecturers are still around! So why not pop in a say high on the 4th.
Firm and Insurance Choices – UCAS
So some of you may have all of your replies from your Universities now, so what does a firm and insurance choice mean? Well if you don’t know, here’s what it means:
Firm choice – This is your first choice for University, if it’s unconditional then you’re guaranteed a place, if it’s conditional, you will get a place if you meet the entry requirements.
Insurance choice – This is your second choice, if you don’t manage to get the grades to meet your first choice, you will automatically be offered your insurance choice. Make sure you pick a University that has lower entry requirements than your first choice if you don’t quite get the grades you’re after.
For more information about choosing your firm and insurance choices, click here.