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    Does anyone know if any of the Scottish Unis factor in predicted grades for interviews/offers?
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    (Original post by Euan1603)
    Hi I'm in the same boat as you, applied to those 4 unis, got AAAAB in my highers and 680 in my UKCAT. I'm sure I read somewhere that St Andrews specify that you get an A in chemistry so u could maybe check up on that. I wonder when we're gonna hear about interviews! Best of luck
    Yeah, I remember reading that aswell. But I am quite sure I also read if someone is doing ADV chemistry, they'll be considered. So I don't know.
    (Original post by RossB1702)
    Yeah it's still worth applying. Remember that Universities count a B in and advanced higher as an A in higher, so if you get an a B in advanced higher chemistry you should be fine. Aim for an A though. You probably just got unlucky in the exam to not achieve that A. I've seen a lot of people applying for 4 medicine courses and then one non medicine course such as biomedical science. This is a good fallback plan in case you don't meet your conditional, I would suggest you do that. I'm sure you'll get into medicine though with those results, good luck.


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    (Original post by Amyjonesx)
    Do I have a chance at following unis with these stats?

    UKCAT 660
    Achieved A levels A*A*AA
    GCSEs: 3A* 7A

    Liverpool, Leicester, Bristol and sheffield
    Liverpool and Bristol will depend on your PS. Leicester looks likely. Maybe sheffield too as they use UKCAT cut-off.
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    For people that are reapplying, do you get the same UCAS ID or a different one once you have sent off your application?
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    Not the appropriate thread but I need some urgent help! I'm not being able to enter the full address of my referee because there isn't enough space in the lines. What should I do?
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    (Original post by Mathsmad123)
    For people that are reapplying, do you get the same UCAS ID or a different one once you have sent off your application?
    I got the same one as before
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    (Original post by Lostperson)
    which ones are looking at?
    Sorry for the late reply! I was thinking kings/ queens and Newcastle 🙈 Idk if my ukcat score is good enough tho 😭
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    When im putting my Ucas pin into the UKCAT website do i put the hyphens in or leave them??
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    (Original post by YouHaveProblems)
    babygirl is that on track?
    Yes daddy....
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    (Original post by 123chem)
    Yes daddy....
    Bro that's weird I don't roll like that.
    And it will show up like that on track. It supposed to specify on UCAS website not on track
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    (Original post by Pawini)
    When im putting my Ucas pin into the UKCAT website do i put the hyphens in or leave them??
    Babygirl u leave them
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    (Original post by Mathsmad123)
    For people that are reapplying, do you get the same UCAS ID or a different one once you have sent off your application?
    I got a different one
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    (Original post by lidzi_)
    Not the appropriate thread but I need some urgent help! I'm not being able to enter the full address of my referee because there isn't enough space in the lines. What should I do?
    Post code and number on street should be sufficient anyway
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    (Original post by Jackster556)
    Does anyone know if any of the Scottish Unis factor in predicted grades for interviews/offers?
    I know for definite that Aberdeen and Edinburgh factor in predicted grades but they count for less than your achieved grades. I have a feeling that Dundee does the same but I'm not 100% sure. I'm afraid I don't know if Glasgow or St Andrews factor them in
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    (Original post by Mathsmad123)
    For people that are reapplying, do you get the same UCAS ID or a different one once you have sent off your application?
    Your UCAS ID should be the one that you were given when you made your first application through UCAS.
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    Hey guys do you think applying to QMUL for the a100 as a graduate predicted a 1st is risky with a total ukcat score of 1740?? it says on a pdf they sent me the lowest ukcat score of a graduate applying to the a100 was 1740 but I'm still unsure :/ any advice would be really appreciated!
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    (Original post by ellen111)
    Hey guys do you think applying to QMUL for the a100 as a graduate predicted a 1st is risky with a total ukcat score of 1740?? it says on a pdf they sent me the lowest ukcat score of a graduate applying to the a100 was 1740 but I'm still unsure :/ any advice would be really appreciated!
    It's risky. Even if that applicant got interviewed, the chances of it happening again are quite low. I think QM use the UKCAT more than people think. Can you share the pdf please?


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    (Original post by LostLemon)
    Your UCAS ID should be the one that you were given when you made your first application through UCAS.
    Mines different 🙃🙃
    I had to apply through my school again


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    (Original post by ellen111)
    Hey guys do you think applying to QMUL for the a100 as a graduate predicted a 1st is risky with a total ukcat score of 1740?? it says on a pdf they sent me the lowest ukcat score of a graduate applying to the a100 was 1740 but I'm still unsure :/ any advice would be really appreciated!
    Go with your gut feeling, although I think that you are scored higher with an achieved 1st class rather than predicted.
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    Anyone else feel theyre choosing between southampton and SGUL they seem to have very similar cut offs for ukcat
 
 
 
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