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    Has anyone applied for Biomedical Science? Wondering if we will have a interview in the near future. Heard from all my choices apart from imperial and really want to know now
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    (Original post by MatiZzZ)
    yay!!!! just got my offer after waiting 6 weeks () for Physics

    edit: oh yeah, the offer is 38 points, with 6s in Physics, Maths and History HL and 5 in English SL (IB)
    6 weeks? It's nearly been 8 for me and I still haven't heard anything =( *pities himself*
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    (Original post by Rite)
    6 weeks? It's nearly been 8 for me and I still haven't heard anything =( *pities himself*
    *pities the crazy fool*:rolleyes:
    Judgements may be delayed, as january exams have swamped some of our academic staff, slowing their decision making/track updating, though they shouldn't always leave it till the last minute...

    People doing chemistry should hear back soon, when the next set of ucas candidates appear - the department seems to work in batches of two or three interview days, when updating track.

    No need to fret, they'll have it done soon...ish.
    (We're just more important than you):p:
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    (Original post by Mithra)
    Or they've already done 1 A-level
    yeah but id like to think both, they didnt even specify further maths
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    (Original post by sksflipper)
    yeah but id like to think both, they didnt even specify further maths
    Same here . I have already done Maths just not certificated so I need 2 As out of Physics (C average this year for an A overall :p:), Philosophy, Further maths and chemistry.
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    (Original post by Mithra)
    Same here . I have already done Maths just not certificated so I need 2 As out of Physics (C average this year for an A overall :p:), Philosophy, Further maths and chemistry.
    do you know where you want to go then?
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    (Original post by Cyco)
    *pities the crazy fool*:rolleyes:
    Judgements may be delayed, as january exams have swamped some of our academic staff, slowing their decision making/track updating, though they shouldn't always leave it till the last minute...

    People doing chemistry should hear back soon, when the next set of ucas candidates appear - the department seems to work in batches of two or three interview days, when updating track.

    No need to fret, they'll have it done soon...ish.
    (We're just more important than you):p:
    I've applied for theoretical physics. If the department of theoretical physics are anything like me, the Last Minute is the only time when stuff ever gets done. It's like a religious obligation =p.
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    (Original post by sksflipper)
    do you know where you want to go then?
    Imperial! :woo:


    Or maybe Durham, but they'd have to be pretty stunning to change my mind
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    Name:kam
    Course: Physics
    GCSEs/equivalent; 1 A* 5 A's 3 B's and a C (LOL i didnt used to listen much at school)
    AS subjects + grades/equivalent: Maths - A Physics - A Computing - A English literature - B
    Predicted/actual subjects + grades: English literature - A, Physics - A, Maths - A Computing - A Further Maths(AS level only :s) - A (Predictions)
    Other grades (UKCAT/AEA/STEP etc): NONE, how do you get these AEA distinction things and do they do them in the computing a level course..?
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    (Original post by superkam)
    Other grades (UKCAT/AEA/STEP etc): NONE, how do you get these AEA distinction things and do they do them in the computing a level course..?
    The AEA is a qualification (usually done alongside A2s) which is based on the A-level syllabus but involves a significantly harder exam. A pass grade is a merit and a better grade is a distinction. I don't know if there is one for the Computing A-level course - look it up. If it exists and you want to sit it, ask your exams officer.
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    (Original post by Swayum)
    The AEA is a qualification (usually done alongside A2s) which is based on the A-level syllabus but involves a significantly harder exam. A pass grade is a merit and a better grade is a distinction. I don't know if there is one for the Computing A-level course - look it up. If it exists and you want to sit it, ask your exams officer.
    Cool thanks for the info
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    (Original post by Rite)
    6 weeks? It's nearly been 8 for me and I still haven't heard anything =( *pities himself*
    don't worry, i felt the same and it all turned out well
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    Name: abbi182
    Course: Biomedical Sciences
    GCSEs: 9A* 4A
    AS subjects + grades: Aaaa (maths, biology, chemistry, physics)
    Predicted grades: AAAAA (maths, biology, chemistry, physics, further maths)
    Other grades (UKCAT/AEA/STEP etc): BMAT
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    (Original post by abbi182)
    Helllllo
    Hi .

    Have you heard back from Imperial yet? If you've got an offer, are you going to choose Imperial as your firm/insurance?
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    (Original post by MatiZzZ)
    don't worry, i felt the same and it all turned out well

    more than 12 weeks here, still nothing.
    :sigh: :sigh: :sigh:
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    (Original post by Swayum)
    Hi .

    Have you heard back from Imperial yet? If you've got an offer, are you going to choose Imperial as your firm/insurance?
    no nothing yet, but hopeful.
    Erm.. yes it will probably be my FIRM.
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    I've still had no offer/letter lolz. I guess I really did get rejected :P
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    (Original post by abbi182)
    Helllllo

    Name: abbi182
    Course: Biomedical Sciences
    GCSEs: 9A* 4A
    AS subjects + grades: Aaaa (maths, biology, chemistry, physics)
    Predicted grades: AAAAA (maths, biology, chemistry, physics, further maths)
    Other grades (UKCAT/AEA/STEP etc): BMAT
    I'm jealous. Let me guess 20+ on the BMAT aswell?
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    (Original post by abbi182)
    Helllllo

    Name: abbi182
    Course: Biomedical Sciences
    GCSEs: 9A* 4A
    AS subjects + grades: Aaaa (maths, biology, chemistry, physics)
    Predicted grades: AAAAA (maths, biology, chemistry, physics, further maths)
    Other grades (UKCAT/AEA/STEP etc): BMAT
    Yah, another prospective Imperial Biomedical scientist!
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    (Original post by abbi182)
    Helllllo

    Name: abbi182
    Course: Biomedical Sciences
    GCSEs: 9A* 4A
    AS subjects + grades: Aaaa (maths, biology, chemistry, physics)
    Predicted grades: AAAAA (maths, biology, chemistry, physics, further maths)
    Other grades (UKCAT/AEA/STEP etc): BMAT
    I am so glad I didn't apply for Biomed Sciences :P
 
 
 
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