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    I am going to reapply to Cambridge this year - NatSci Biology. I thought about Churchill, because they have a high proportion of science and engineering students.

    1) Does the high proportion of science and engineering students make it rather easier to get into? Or does it rather cause higher competetiveness among the applicants?

    2) I got 41 IB with 7,7,6 in higher level subjects. Is this sufficient??

    Another college that I consider is Robinson, and I have little time to decide...

    Please help!

    1) I think it will cause higher competitiveness but i dont have any stats to prove that.

    2) well you can't be guaranteed an admission but that is a pretty good IB score...i am applying for engineering and i have around the same score (maybe a 40) ...i am trying to decide on a college...but i am not sure which one. .anyways..you will surely get an interview.
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