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Hey man nice to hear from you.
Congratulations man! Wow you destroyed Jan exams
I've got offers from Birmingham, St George's and Leeds - firmed B'ham and insured George's. Rejected by Imperial cos of my awful BMAT and Jans went well, I got full UMS in Biol4, and 89 in C3 so on course for June hopefully! Just need to focus now.
Best of luck bro!
Hey man how are things! Exactly a year since we last messaged :L how is the med application coming along? And how did Jan exams go?!
Congrats on the offer!!!
I have an interview next month and was just starting to prepare, I was wondering whether you’d be kind enough to give me some tips that would help me better prepare for these mini-interviews. The stations are terribly described and although I totally appreciate that you don’t want to be giving away too much, If you perhaps give me just a brief description of what the stations entail that would be much appreciated.
Thanks a million,
All the best, good luck on meeting your offer
Ask Arsey, i don't know much about the marking system.
Hey man, I'm good
How are you? I'll update you on my situation on thread, wrote a LOOOONG post with all info
I got AAA Biology Chem and Maths. Got 96, 95, 87 out of 100 respectively. Pretty happs, no retakes!
What results have you got/are you waiting for?
Ermm, noo no disadvantage at all - in fact, might be better to get it out the way, and gives you the oppurtunity to really think about where to apply based on what score you get. The best way to do it, I think - have a break after your exams, then start working on it, then after maybe two weeks, sit the exam, then decide where you can apply basied on your score, and think about how you might do things depending on what you get in your ASs.
No idea about the percentages, I'd just aim to do your absolute best. There's no accurate way of scoring it - so there isn't much point trying. But seriously don't worry about it now.
I'm not saying it because 'oo its too early to prepare now, don't be so keen' (although that is also true) I'm saying it cause if you do stuff now, there won't be any other resources for you to use. After you've been through everything twice, its useless doing it again. Seriously, put that book away until after your AS exams, they are soo much more important right now.
Haha, didn't smash it the first time round :P I wouldn't worry about it yet - it is still an 'aptitude test' so its not something you can prepare for months in advance. There just aren't the resources for you to do that! Wait til after your exams have finished, and then start thinking about it.
Cannot recommend the 600Q book enough though - definitely buy that one! I'd just go through that book, and do the practise tests that the UKCAT website point you to. But really don't start yet, it won't help. I don't know about any of the Kaplan resources, or any courses - but I didn't do any.
Its meant to be an aptitude test, so you can practise and familiarise yourself with the questions, meaning you think about them in the right way, but you can't learn anything that will make you better. So just practise closer to the time - I'd say a max of two weeks before the test. Spend an hour a day for two weeks and you'd be more than prepared
Ah same. I'm trying to fit in lots of other stuff with my school work so I don't know whether I should bother taking on extra work on top of that.
Ah great well good luck man. I'm banking on a lot of luck atm! Hopefully we'll be sorted by the end of summer
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