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    Does anyone know if your parents' occupation has any bearing on their final decision?

    Also my predicted were AAA and ukcat-577
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    How do you find out if your area of residence is eligible?

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    (Original post by yung7up)
    How do you find out if your area of residence is eligible?

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    Email them
    Or call them
    They'll check using their postcode checker


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    (Original post by Darab_1496)
    Does anyone know if your parents' occupation has any bearing on their final decision?

    Also my predicted were AAA and ukcat-577
    I don't think so.
    I believe it depends on the income he/she gets.


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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Email them
    Or call them
    They'll check using their postcode checker


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    I definitely hit 2 of the 6 criteria and the area is the one I'm unsure on so need to double check that. Thanks



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    (Original post by yung7up)
    I definitely hit 2 of the 6 criteria and the area is the one I'm unsure on so need to double check that. Thanks



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    You can enter your postcode in the multiple deprivation index and it shows you the % deprivation. I believe if is below 20% then you are eligible (im not 100% on this, check with Neostigmine). However it is best to call and ask.
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    Actually, it depends on the university.
    My postcode was eligible for this programme but not Nottinghams medicine programme so you will have to call.


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    This might sound like a silly question but.. Is extra consideration given to those who meet more than 3 of the criteria? So if I only meet 3 but someone else meets like 5 do they have a better chance at getting in?
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    Is the postcode the one you sent on UCAS? Or can you use a previous one?
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    (Original post by Cpie21)
    This might sound like a silly question but.. Is extra consideration given to those who meet more than 3 of the criteria? So if I only meet 3 but someone else meets like 5 do they have a better chance at getting in?
    Nope. Everyone is reviewed equally as long as they meet 3 of the requirements .
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    (Original post by yung7up)
    Is the postcode the one you sent on UCAS? Or can you use a previous one?
    It has to be the one you stated on UCAS. I emailed their admissions and the lady checked to see if my postcode was eligible.I'd suggest to do this as some universities use different tools to assess postcodes so best to be sure!
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    Nope. Everyone is reviewed equally as long as they meet 3 of the requirements .
    Thank you!
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    Do they consider household income/parent occupation as a criteria or just as 'sub' criteria?
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    (Original post by yung7up)
    Is the postcode the one you sent on UCAS? Or can you use a previous one?
    UCAS only afaik

    (Original post by qwerty123A)
    You can enter your postcode in the multiple deprivation index and it shows you the % deprivation. I believe if is below 20% then you are eligible (im not 100% on this, check with Neostigmine). However it is best to call and ask.
    Pretty much!
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    Do we email it back to the email address that they've sent us the email from?
    😂😂 does that even make sense lol


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    Do we need to fill in section B?

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    Are people filling in the form in word?
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    (Original post by drjay24)
    Are people filling in the form in word?
    If I remember correctly it said you had to fill it in with pen, then scan it and email it back to them.
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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    Do we email it back to the email address that they've sent us the email from?
    😂😂 does that even make sense lol


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    I was thinking that too


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    (Original post by SaphBruh)
    Do we need to fill in section B?

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    If you currently go to school, yes you do. If you are a gap year student, then no.


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    (Original post by Bloom77)
    If you currently go to school, yes you do. If you are a gap year student, then no.


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    Ohh alright
    Thanks

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