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    Both sections were fine!
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    Both sections were impossible!
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    3.47%
    Section 1 was fine, section 2 was harder
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    12.50%
    Section 1 was a killer, section 2 was okay
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    I'm doomed
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    Hi guys,

    6a*s and 6a's

    4A's at AS (86 average)

    4.9, 5.7 and 4A

    What do you think the likelihood of an interview is??

    good luck to everyone
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    (Original post by mario64)
    Hi guys,

    6a*s and 6a's

    4A's at AS (86 average)

    4.9, 5.7 and 4A

    What do you think the likelihood of an interview is??

    good luck to everyone
    Hey I have an interview with similar stats to you, so keep your hopes up!
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    8A*s 2As
    4As (93% avg), predicted A*A*A
    3.7 3.3 4A any chance?
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    Thanks, what are your stats out of interest?
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    (Original post by FutureMedic97)
    Hey I have an interview with similar stats to you, so keep your hopes up!
    Thanks, what are your stats out of interest?
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    (Original post by mario64)
    Thanks, what are your stats out of interest?
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    GCSE: 8A* 2A B
    AS: AAAA (Biology Chemistry Maths Geograph) (overall 94%)
    BMAT: 4.7 5.4 3.5A
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    Another gapper waiting what do you guys think my chances are?
    My stats:
    GCSE: 11A*
    AS: AAAB
    A2 (achieved) A*AA
    BMAT: 4.5, 4.9, 3.0A
    Work Experience: working as a care worker for the elderly, work experience in India with a paediatrician, saw bypass surgery and shadowed people in an ITU unit
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    (Original post by Mehek1)
    Another gapper waiting what do you guys think my chances are?
    My stats:
    GCSE: 11A*
    AS: AAAB
    A2 (achieved) A*AA
    BMAT: 4.5, 4.9, 3.0A
    Work Experience: working as a care worker for the elderly, work experience in India with a paediatrician, saw bypass surgery and shadowed people in an ITU unit
    Definitely don't give our hopes up! I have similar BMAT as you just a little bit higher but no news either😵 we can go through this together, I've just been reading loads of mind strengthening books recently to help going through this difficult time



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    Slowly dying, all my other unis have given me interviews but UCL is my favourite
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    (Original post by masryman97)
    8A*s 2As
    4As (93% avg), predicted A*A*A
    3.7 3.3 4A any chance?
    Hey I've give similar stats to you and I'm still waiting, hope UCL overlooks our BMAT :/
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    (Original post by Wannabe a doctor)
    Hey I've give similar stats to you and I'm still waiting, hope UCL overlooks our BMAT :/
    What did you get in bmat?
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    do UCL care a lot about the essay? I got a 2A in it 😞
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    (Original post by masryman97)
    what did you get in bmat?
    3.4 4.0 3.5a
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    (Original post by Hood15)
    do UCL care a lot about the essay? I got a 2A in it 😞
    Well they care to the point at which they ask you questions about it in the interview, and at my pre interview talk, one of their criteria was apparently how well we communicate our ideas, which they say they partly determine from our BMAT essay. Although they did stress that they understand it was under timed and pressured circumstances.
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    (Original post by cycl)
    Well they care to the point at which they ask you questions about it in the interview, and at my pre interview talk, one of their criteria was apparently how well we communicate our ideas, which they say they partly determine from our BMAT essay. Although they did stress that they understand it was under timed and pressured circumstances.
    How did your interview go ?


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    (Original post by Sp22)
    How did your interview go ?
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    Think it went alright! They were really friendly and smiley. Though everyone I talked to afterwards said it went quite well too, so I can't tell at all.
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    (Original post by cycl)
    Think it went alright! They were really friendly and smiley. Though everyone I talked to afterwards said it went quite well too, so I can't tell at all.
    That's good ! Good luck


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    (Original post by cycl)
    Well they care to the point at which they ask you questions about it in the interview, and at my pre interview talk, one of their criteria was apparently how well we communicate our ideas, which they say they partly determine from our BMAT essay. Although they did stress that they understand it was under timed and pressured circumstances.
    thank you, I doubt I'll get an interview though as my stats are urgh except for my AS and predicted grades, but I don't think they care too much about those since everyone has about the same.
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    For people who have had interviews,how have they been ?Also do they ask many ethical questions?
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    (Original post by el73)
    For people who have had interviews,how have they been ?Also do they ask many ethical questions?
    I didn't get any medical ethics questions, but I did write my IB extended essay on medical ethics, which I'd briefly explained in my personal statement. They asked me to summarise how I made my argument.
 
 
 

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