The UCAS deadline is looming and with just a few weeks left to apply, it's understandable that you might be feeling under pressure.
If you need a little help with some of the sections on the form - or haven't even made a start yet - we're here to help.
From how to register to what the form looks like, your personal statement and reference, here's all the information you need to know.
The deadline for UCAS applications is Sunday, January 15 at 6pm.
How to register
You can register online on the UCAS website, you will need to create a username and login. Take a note of this as you'll need these details every time you want to access your application.
What's on the form?
Once you've registered you'll see a welcome page - here it will show your name and a personal ID number. Make a note of the ID and keep it handy as you will need to quote this number if you call the UCAS customer helpline.
On the left hand side of the page you will see nine sections. These include personal details, additional information, choices, education, employment, personal statement, reference, a review section and the final stage - payment.
If you are from the UK the additional information will ask you about your background - including your sexual orientation, religious beliefs and national identity.
The choices section is where you pick both the universities and courses you wish to apply for.
When you get to the education tab put in the qualifications you have attained from secondary school onwards.
You need to complete all nine sections before sending the application form off, if you miss anything out the form will fail to send.
Do I need to fill the form in in one go?
You don't need to finish the form in one go, you can log back in at anytime to complete it - just make sure it is sent off before the deadline passes.
Once you've finished all the questions in a section mark it as complete.
Should you get stuck at any point there are two help buttons on the left hand side of the page - if you click on the options it will give you additional information.
This is your chance to tell your prospective university why they should offer you a place on their course. It is an opportunity to sell yourself, use it to explain how your skills and interests.
It might take a while until you’re happy with it, get it checked through by teachers, advisers or family to make sure it reads well and there are no spelling or grammar mistakes.
Writing about yourself is difficult so plan out what you're going to say beforehand to make the process easier.
Get a reference
This has to be written by someone who knows you, like a school or college teacher - for example your head of sixth form or one of your teachers. You are not allowed to ask family or friends for one.
Your reference needs to be completed before the application can be sent.