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    (Original post by EssBee_92)
    I got 60, I think the cut off last year was 58.
    Ahh you'll be cool then! Do you think my 55 is a risk for Swansea?


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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    Ahh you'll be cool then! Do you think my 55 is a risk for Swansea?


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    I'd say so

    2014 entry was 57 and I don't think it has been lower. Although, admittedly I've not looked that far back.
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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    Ahh you'll be cool then! Do you think my 55 is a risk for Swansea?


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    I emailed the a couple of weeks back, they said last year's cut off was 58 with 50 in S3...
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    (Original post by dancingfaery)
    I emailed the a couple of weeks back, they said last year's cut off was 58 with 50 in S3...
    Ye most places want 50 minimum in S3. Tbh I think it is too much of a risk but I'm not sure. If they looked at other factors like work experience then I may consider it.


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    Eep. Feeling 17 again.


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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    Ahh you'll be cool then! Do you think my 55 is a risk for Swansea?


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    I think its best to apply where you have the best chance of interview and as others have said, your score is below the cut off from the previous 2 years.

    I really wanted to apply to Notts but their cutoff last year was 61 and I decided to not risk it with my score.

    If 5 year courses are an option for you, you should have a good chance of interview at several undergrad schools. Have you looked at Keele?
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    Hey guys, having finished ukcat recently I now want to start my ucas application. Because I'm going into my third year of uni what option do I select when registering for ucas?
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    (Original post by AFC_123456789)
    Hey guys, having finished ukcat recently I now want to start my ucas application. Because I'm going into my third year of uni what option do I select when registering for ucas?
    Individual application,
    Stick all your GCSEs, a levels etc. down,
    Put your degree down, fill in the modules you've done so far, put next years modules as pending,
    Jobs a good un


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    (Original post by EssBee_92)
    I think its best to apply where you have the best chance of interview and as others have said, your score is below the cut off from the previous 2 years.

    I really wanted to apply to Notts but their cutoff last year was 61 and I decided to not risk it with my score.

    If 5 year courses are an option for you, you should have a good chance of interview at several undergrad schools. Have you looked at Keele?
    Ye I agree with you completely, my dad just thought I should get another opinion.

    I have Manchester 5 year so far (I can live at home)

    Yep I'm considering Keele and Either Newcastle or Kings. Just waiting on the ukcat average.

    Where are you applying? Can you recommend anywhere else?


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    (Original post by AFC_123456789)
    Hey guys, having finished ukcat recently I now want to start my ucas application. Because I'm going into my third year of uni what option do I select when registering for ucas?
    If it's the institution/independent point, then you choose independent applicant (or "applying as an individual").
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    Would you put in all the modules if you have already completed your degree or just the classification?
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    (Original post by HanaGEM)
    Would you put in all the modules if you have already completed your degree or just the classification?
    I just put down the overall classification, didn't bother with any of the individual modules or courses.
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    (Original post by HanaGEM)
    Would you put in all the modules if you have already completed your degree or just the classification?
    Don't think it matters but I put all my modules to be safe.


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    The reason I'm unsure is because even though I got a 1st I've got a couple of 40s for individual modules
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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    Ye I agree with you completely, my dad just thought I should get another opinion.

    I have Manchester 5 year so far (I can live at home)

    Yep I'm considering Keele and Either Newcastle or Kings. Just waiting on the ukcat average.

    Where are you applying? Can you recommend anywhere else?


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    I'm applying to Warwick Southampton Liverpool and Swansea.

    So Keele Manchester, have you looked at Norwich? I think they take a more rounded view of applications rather than solely focusing on UKCAT. I haven't checked their requirements recently though so I would double check that.
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    (Original post by HanaGEM)
    The reason I'm unsure is because even though I got a 1st I've got a couple of 40s for individual modules
    I didn't put any of my individual module marks down. I believe at interview stage unis will ask for a copy of your transcript anyway.
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    (Original post by EssBee_92)
    I didn't put any of my individual module marks down. I believe at interview stage unis will ask for a copy of your transcript anyway.
    I think I'll do this, AFAIK they only look at classification when deciding whether to interview anyway.
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    Thanks for your help guys but I'm hoping to apply for a mix of 3 undergrad and 1 grad uni so do I click on undergrad /postgraduate??? I'm so confused
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    (Original post by AFC_123456789)
    Thanks for your help guys but I'm hoping to apply for a mix of 3 undergrad and 1 grad uni so do I click on undergrad /postgraduate??? I'm so confused
    Undergraduate! "Graduate" medicine is still an undergraduate degree


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    (Original post by EssBee_92)
    I'm applying to Warwick Southampton Liverpool and Swansea.

    So Keele Manchester, have you looked at Norwich? I think they take a more rounded view of applications rather than solely focusing on UKCAT. I haven't checked their requirements recently though so I would double check that.
    Ahh so you're GAMSAT and high ukcat. I've never heard of Norwich but I'll take a look!


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