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    (Original post by Charlottemc1234)
    Don't know hopefully soon I can't take it anymore 😂
    We'll find out in february if we've been selected to attend an interview in march (the march dates seem to be the only ones left)


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    We'll find out in february if we've been selected to attend an interview in march (the march dates seem to be the only ones left)


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    I received a rejection today from Newcastle (graduate entry) so this is my last option but Keele did ask me for my uni transcripts not long ago so fingers crossed!! Do any other graduates have any advice for funding?
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    (Original post by Charlottemc1234)
    I received a rejection today from Newcastle (graduate entry) so this is my last option but Keele did ask me for my uni transcripts not long ago so fingers crossed!! Do any other graduates have any advice for funding?
    Sorry to hear that! What was your UKCAT?
    From your other posts your gamsat was really good so maybe look into 4 year ones again next year if you're unlucky this time around!

    I'm a grad too waiting on keele. Not been asked for transcript but I did out all my modules on UCAS.

    As for funding, most people I know who are doing 5 years as a grad are getting help from their family or they've saved up money for a few years to help cover some of it. It isn't feasible any other way really as there are no loans anywhere for it!


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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    Sorry to hear that! What was your UKCAT?
    From your other posts your gamsat was really good so maybe look into 4 year ones again next year if you're unlucky this time around!

    I'm a grad too waiting on keele. Not been asked for transcript but I did out all my modules on UCAS.

    As for funding, most people I know who are doing 5 years as a grad are getting help from their family or they've saved up money for a few years to help cover some of it. It isn't feasible any other way really as there are no loans anywhere for it!


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    Yeah I mean I could ask family but I feel bad as its a lot of money I've been looking into bursaries from charities and the uni itself to try and help just a little bit but £9000 a year is a lot to pay, I'm hoping Keele will have some kind of system in place to help those people who have to may and maybe accept instalments?
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    (Original post by Charlottemc1234)
    Yeah I mean I could ask family but I feel bad as its a lot of money I've been looking into bursaries from charities and the uni itself to try and help just a little bit but £9000 a year is a lot to pay, I'm hoping Keele will have some kind of system in place to help those people who have to may and maybe accept instalments?
    I haven't heard anything like that from any uni, If I'm honest. I would maybe ring and ask them so you know where you're at?


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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    I haven't heard anything like that from any uni, If I'm honest. I would maybe ring and ask them so you know where you're at?


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    A girl I spoke to on the open day paid in instalments so I'll probably ask if I get an interview (I'll ring them beforehand) no point asking until then really
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    I am also a grad applicant, I got asked yesterday for university transcript but I put all my modules into ucas (ones I have sat and will be sitting this year). Anyone on the same boat?
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    (Original post by mind)
    I am also a grad applicant, I got asked yesterday for university transcript but I put all my modules into ucas (ones I have sat and will be sitting this year). Anyone on the same boat?
    I got asked for my transcript not too long ago but I forgot to put in modules I am yet to sit so maybe that's why, they want to look at chemistry content in a degree so do you have many chemistry based modules? I don't and I'm worried that might let me down!
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    (Original post by mind)
    I am also a grad applicant, I got asked yesterday for university transcript but I put all my modules into ucas (ones I have sat and will be sitting this year). Anyone on the same boat?
    Yeah I'm a third year Biomed and was asked yesterday if I'd taken Physics in high school (I did half my secondary school in a US based system and the other half A levels) but I didn't put any uni modules into UCAS at all. I'm hoping the fact that they asked us for transcripts/subjects means they're at least seriously considering us for interview.
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    (Original post by morotibaby88)
    Yeah I'm a third year Biomed and was asked yesterday if I'd taken Physics in high school (I did half my secondary school in a US based system and the other half A levels) but I didn't put any uni modules into UCAS at all. I'm hoping the fact that they asked us for transcripts/subjects means they're at least seriously considering us for interview.
    See that's what I was considering. A few friends of mine also have applied and they are graduates too, but they never got asked for transcript, even though they never put their modules into UCAS. potentially this could mean we possibly are being considered for interview. But that's purely an assumption, so don't take my word for it.
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    My nursing degree was rejected due to not enough chemistry but I'm still being considered on the basis of my gamsat results.


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    My nursing degree was rejected due to not enough chemistry but I'm still being considered on the basis of my gamsat results.


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    Gamsat for keele? I've not been asked for anything which is worrying


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    (Original post by HCAssistant93)
    Gamsat for keele? I've not been asked for anything which is worrying


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    They accept gamsat in lieu of chemistry content in your degree.


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    Gamsat for keele? I've not been asked for anything which is worrying


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    No news is still good news!


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    (Original post by Lisagee10)
    They accept gamsat in lieu of chemistry content in your degree.


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    Did not know that! I have a physiology degree and 1sts in 1 organic Chem and 1 pharmacology 2nd year modules. Not sure if that's enough. But I do have a gamsat as well if necessary


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    I was rejected for the 5 year via email yesterday with my nursing degree but asked to confirm my qualifications for the possibility of doing the 6 year. I haven't been rejected on ucas though so I'm assuming they can change my choice to A104? Does anyone know any different?
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    I was rejected for the 5 year via email yesterday with my nursing degree but asked to confirm my qualifications for the possibility of doing the 6 year. I haven't been rejected on ucas though so I'm assuming they can change my choice to A104? Does anyone know any different?
    Did you check the eligibility of your degree before you applied? I thought I used a checking link on keeles website before I applied but I could have gotten my unis mixed up. I was looking at quite a few at that time!


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    I thought I use a checking thing too. But same as you I was looking at a lot. Just not sure how my application gets changed or if I have to do it with ucas some how.
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    Is anyone else having problems with there roles and responsibilities form? I had a few issues i'm slightly confused. Was the roles and responsibilities form a online form or a pdf/word sort of document like the template online? someone help!!!
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    (Original post by anika98)
    Is anyone else having problems with there roles and responsibilities form? I had a few issues i'm slightly confused. Was the roles and responsibilities form a online form or a pdf/word sort of document like the template online? someone help!!!
    r and r form was online. they sent an email specific to your application where u would fill it out
 
 
 
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