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Inside Ucas clearing centre as students seek courses

14 August 2014 Last updated at 14:17 BST

Hundreds of thousands of students have been accepted for university courses after receiving their A-level results, but for those who did not get the grades they wanted there is still hope.

Thousands more places are up for grabs through the clearing system run by the University and College Admissions Service (Ucas).

Jo Black visited Ucas in Cheltenham to see how the process works.

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