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Predicted A*A*AB where could i apply for physics Watch

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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Let me guess, you're Asian?


    I get you :console:
    lool nope, but a lot, if not all my Asian friends have nagging parents. so ucl , imperial is not on our list lool
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    (Original post by chrisidialu)
    With those grades at present you'd easily be fine for any uni but for oxbridge if you think of applying to there you'd want A*A*AA to be considered seriously especially with physics/natural sciences considering how maths content heavy the courses are
    yeah that's fine, I knew that C in further maths would ruin my chances for Oxbridge but I guess life goes on
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    (Original post by Chemgawd99)
    lool nope, but a lot, if not all my Asian friends have nagging parents. so ucl , imperial is not on our list lool
    Awwww squad goals.
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    (Original post by Chemgawd99)
    yeah that's fine, I knew that C in further maths would ruin my chances for Oxbridge but I guess life goes on
    Not necessarily for Oxford. If you can score highly on the PAT and do well in the interview, an offer is likely (given a bit of luck)
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    You'll tend to need an A* in physics as part of the entry requirement for the top 3/4. Maybe give Imperial a try if you don't fancy Cambridge.
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    Awwww squad goals.
    loool the squad is lit
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    (Original post by JoeyTr)
    You'll tend to need an A* in physics as part of the entry requirement for the top 3/4. Maybe give Imperial a try if you don't fancy Cambridge.
    nah I don't want to go imperial because I want to leave London. As previously said I'm trying to get far from my nagging parents lol
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    (Original post by Chemgawd99)
    nah I don't want to go imperial because I want to leave London. As previously said I'm trying to get far from my nagging parents lol
    Fair point! You sure you don't want to try Oxford or Cambridge? From friends experiences, Oxford is a lot easier to get into for Physics than Cambridge is if that's the concern. Otherwise I don't really know where else, just look at global rankings for the subject, not for the university.

    Good luck boss.
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    You could apply to any uni with those grades.
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    (Original post by Chemgawd99)
    physics
    Apologies!

    But as you should really know, you could apply anywhere.

    Typical NatSci (Physical) offer for Cambridge is A*A*A.
 
 
 
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