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I only applied to UCL for that course so i can comment only related to that place. I am not sure if your gcse grades will be okay, you should better email them and ask. About maths, if you're not doing it, you may be at a disadvantage because engineering has a high propotion of maths and physics involved in it. I'll recommend you keep Chemistry, Physics and Maths for A'levels and Biology too if possible. You'll need an amazing score in them to compensate for your gcse result. UCL is pretty competitive, they only have 40 places for this particular course, so they give an interview only if they believe you are good enough. In fact what i heard they interview around 50-60 people, so most do tend to get the offer.
I have heard Bath is pretty good for the same course. What i will recommend you is to go for Chemical engineering because they take in a greater number of applicants so you have a better chance of getting in. You can later choose biochem eng in your 2nd or 3rd year.
Hi there im contacting you to ask you questions about biochemical engineering, 1 is it a competitive degree and is it hard to get an interview and because im not studying a level maths does this disadvantage me ? I got a b in gcse maths and in my gcse i got 4b's 4c's b's in maths double science and ict. I study biology,chemistry, maths statisitcs and ict. I just finished my exams and i would like to apply to the BENG course 3 year pure biochemical engineering, do you think i could get in if i get good as grades i've just completed my exams. And could you please email me your personal statememnt if you still have it. Thank you so much