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    Hi guys is Exeter accepting resits this year?
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    (Original post by HarveySpecter97)
    Hi guys is Exeter accepting resits this year?
    Think so
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    How should I put in my A2 predicted grades into UCAS? And do I put all my achieved a2 grades into UCAS despite resitting them all?
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    (Original post by HarveySpecter97)
    How should I put in my A2 predicted grades into UCAS? And do I put all my achieved a2 grades into UCAS despite resitting them all?
    Thanks
    I think the teachers should put in your predicted grades, and yep you put all the grades you've achieved last year in even though you're resitting
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    I think the teachers should put in your predicted grades, and yep you put all the grades you've achieved last year in even though you're resitting
    Thanks dude
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    Anyone know if Keele is accepting students with A*AB this year? I know they did last year.
    Also does anyone want to start a whatsapp group chat for us resit applicants? PM me if so
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    yeah guys i didn't get in i got aab. Feeling hopeless but im not giving up. i will retake chemistry to bring that to an A/A*. Any advice where to apply and how to go about this?
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    (Original post by DaKoolguy)
    yeah guys i didn't get in i got aab. Feeling hopeless but im not giving up. i will retake chemistry to bring that to an A/A*. Any advice where to apply and how to go about this?
    im in the same position
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    yeah guys i didn't get in i got aab. Feeling hopeless but im not giving up. i will retake chemistry to bring that to an A/A*. Any advice where to apply and how to go about this?
    I know quite a few resit students that got into medicine this year (myself included!) feel free to drop me a PM if you want!
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    (Original post by DaKoolguy)
    yeah guys i didn't get in i got aab. Feeling hopeless but im not giving up. i will retake chemistry to bring that to an A/A*. Any advice where to apply and how to go about this?
    I got the same grades and am just as confused about where to apply
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    (Original post by wowthisiscool)
    I got the same grades and am just as confused about where to apply
    plymouth exeter liverpool UEA hull york all accept resits, but you will have to get an A* for liverpool and UEA in the subject you got a b in, to get in.
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    (Original post by DaKoolguy)
    plymouth exeter liverpool UEA hull york all accept resits, but you will have to get an A* for liverpool and UEA in the subject you got a b in, to get in.
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by wowthisiscool)
    Thanks!
    Say you resat and then got A*AA but got rejected, can the universities make you an offer based on the A*AA on results day if they've got places left?
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    (Original post by wowthisiscool)
    I got the same grades and am just as confused about where to apply
    Apply to Lancaster too, I'm going there this October!
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    (Original post by HarveySpecter97)
    Apply to Lancaster too, I'm going there this October!
    But they want BMAT...
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    (Original post by wowthisiscool)
    But they want BMAT...
    In my opinion the BMAT is way easier than the UKCAT having sat both. Plus you have essentially a gap year, so plenty of time to revise for the BMAT. In opinion also, I think you can revise for the BMAT and your score will be a reflection of your work ethic, whereas the UKCAT all you can do is practise, but your score may not drastically improve. Don't be disheartened btw, you're nearly there; just a bit more work is needed!
 
 
 
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