I got an offer from Manchester of AAB with an A in chem and another science needed. does anyone know if manchester are lenient in letting you off and still accepting you, lets say you get an AAB at results in Aug but you don't get an A in chem and get a B instead? or are they likey to rejet you?
Anyone had an interview at UCLAN? i really need to know what the interview is like. Please, If anyone could tell me what kinds of questions they could ask me? what types of scenario questions would they ask me and what is the test about? Maths? chemistry? biology?
thanks in advance
(Original post by jamescook)
my brother applied for pharmacy in 2009. he had manchester as an insurance and sunderland as a firm. (silly i know). he got A(geog) B(maths) C(hemistry) and manchester still accepted him.
he was very close to the A in maths - i think around 7UMS and the C again was very close to the B - around 5UMS.
They offered him AAB but in any order. He took Chemistry, Maths and Geography.
Hope this helps x
o thanks that did help....at least gave me some hope. But I know that was back in 2009 and competition is much fierce this year.....oh goood!!