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    Can anyone tell me where Im meant to enter my university choices on the ukcat website? I cant seem to find it! Thanks!
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    I got 650 in my UKCAT, do you think it is ambitious to apply for:
    Kings
    Cardiff
    B'Ham
    Bristol
    UCL (Pharmacy back-up)

    ???
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    (Original post by WhizzKidhehe:))
    I got 650 in my UKCAT, do you think it is ambitious to apply for:
    Kings
    Cardiff
    B'Ham
    Bristol
    UCL (Pharmacy back-up)

    ???
    Nope only one really use the ukcat and thats kings, 650 is an okay score for kings
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    (Original post by WhizzKidhehe:))
    I got 650 in my UKCAT, do you think it is ambitious to apply for:
    Kings
    Cardiff
    B'Ham
    Bristol
    UCL (Pharmacy back-up)

    ???
    As long as you have a solid PS and the predicted grades you'll be fine


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    (Original post by ASTK98)
    As long as you have a solid PS and the predicted grades you'll be fine


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    ASTK98, where are you applying?


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    Hi, I'm a graduate applying for the 5 year courses. I am just wondering if I need to include my AS levels? I got a D in AS maths but AAB for my A levels in biology, chemistry and physics - I also hold a MPharm with a first. Do we need to declare all grades on the UCAS form? There are no specific AS level requirements for graduates but I don't know it if will just look bad! Thanks.
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    (Original post by mb992)
    Hi, I'm a graduate applying for the 5 year courses. I am just wondering if I need to include my AS levels? I got a D in AS maths but AAB for my A levels in biology, chemistry and physics - I also hold a MPharm with a first. Do we need to declare all grades on the UCAS form? There are no specific AS level requirements for graduates but I don't know it if will just look bad! Thanks.
    im not declaring any AS grades.
    just A level
    Degree and MSc
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    (Original post by mb992)
    Hi, I'm a graduate applying for the 5 year courses. I am just wondering if I need to include my AS levels? I got a D in AS maths but AAB for my A levels in biology, chemistry and physics - I also hold a MPharm with a first. Do we need to declare all grades on the UCAS form? There are no specific AS level requirements for graduates but I don't know it if will just look bad! Thanks.
    (Original post by Lostperson)
    im not declaring any AS grades.
    just A level
    Degree and MSc
    Hi, UCAS ask you to declare all results, even fails, from GCSE onwards. I think it forms part of the terms and conditions you agree to. Its worth double checking. *
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    (Original post by Lostperson)
    im not declaring any AS grades.
    just A level
    Degree and MSc
    Cool thanks, was really unsure on whether to include it. I've read somewhere that we should include everything but then read others saying its not an issue
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    (Original post by eemooz)
    Hi, UCAS ask you to declare all results, even fails, from GCSE onwards. I think it forms part of the terms and conditions you agree to. Its worth double checking. *
    ah okay damn haha have to declare that BIG FAT D grade then.
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    (Original post by mb992)
    Cool thanks, was really unsure on whether to include it. I've read somewhere that we should include everything but then read others saying its not an issue
    hmm apparently we have to legally, but I don't see any way they would really find out or care for a grad?
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    (Original post by michaela__)
    ASTK98, where are you applying?


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    King's, Barts, East Anglia and Liverpool. You?


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    (Original post by Lostperson)
    hmm apparently we have to legally, but I don't see any way they would really find out or care for a grad?
    You may get asked about your A-levels and to fill out your As and A-level results when you start the course or something along them lines. Then if they find out that you didn't declare something they have the right to kick you out. It's best to be safe than sorry. Unless you don't have any AS outside of your A2 subjects then that is self explanatory i think
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    (Original post by ASTK98)
    King's, Barts, East Anglia and Liverpool. You?


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    Oooo looks like we will be competing at Liverpool lol just kidding 😂 but Liverpool, Manchester, st George's and Plymouth!


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    Does anyone know how kings college select for interview ?
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    (Original post by michaela__)
    Oooo looks like we will be competing at Liverpool lol just kidding 😂 but Liverpool, Manchester, st George's and Plymouth!


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    Hahaha. Those are good options, you'll definitely get a couple of interviews especially with your UKCAT score. Good luck! 🙌


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    (Original post by ASTK98)
    Hahaha. Those are good options, you'll definitely get a couple of interviews especially with your UKCAT score. Good luck! 🙌


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    Thank you very much 😋 good luck with yours too! Let me know if you get any interviews etc and how they go!❤️


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    (Original post by Lostperson)
    im not declaring any AS grades.
    just A level
    Degree and MSc
    hey where are you applying to? *
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    (Original post by smoggie98)
    Does anyone know how kings college select for interview ?
    Bro i just explained on the other thread to you. Look on their website they say it anyway.
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    So how has everyone formatted their personal statement?
    Spacing between paragraphs or maxed out characters with a wall of text?
 
 
 
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