What should I do if I've changed my mind on my university course?

Working so hard on a particular subject during your exams may start to reveal your true hidden feelings about it. You thought you loved it 18 months ago, but now you can't stand the thought of seeing another textbook with said title again.

But what if you’ve picked it as your course to study at university? Well, that’s where Clearing could be a good option for you and your future.

Avital found herself moving from course to course until she enrolled in one that she really fell in love with.

Clearing is widely conceived as something that you will only go through if you don’t get your first choice. In actual fact, Clearing can prove useful when you’ve chosen a course that you’re no longer wanting to study.

With Clearing, you will be able to swap your existing course for another available course, as long as you meet the entry requirements. This way you don’t need to worry if the thought of spending a daunting three years studying your current choice is putting you off university!

There are plenty of options for you when applying for university so keep that in mind when you are in the final stages of your A Level or BTEC exams.