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    I'm on a gap year and got grades ACC I want to resit chemistry and obtain either an A/B grade.

    I'm applying to Kings, UEA and Southampton for the medicine with foundation year course. Essex for biomed and Nottingham for neuroscience.

    Queen Mary allow people to transfer to 4th year medicine after 3 years of biomedical science (so that would be 5 years overall). Queen Mary want 320 UCAS points (ABB/AAC)

    Problem: UEA won't consider people on the medical course who have predictions higher than ABC. So if i'm predicted AAC they will reject me.

    Question 1: It it worth NOT applying to UEA so I can apply to Queen Mary?

    Question 2: Someone told be to resit all my exams and aim to get AAA so I can apply for a few 5 year courses. Is this realistic?

    Question 3: I want to resit 4 chemistry modules but don't know when, I'm going to America in a few weeks for about 2 months. Should I revise while i'm there and take the exams in jan OR wait till I come back and revise till june?

    Thanks for your time!
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    (Original post by T-Toe)
    I'm on a gap year and got grades ACC I want to resit chemistry and obtain either an A/B grade.

    I'm applying to Kings, UEA and Southampton for the medicine with foundation year course. Essex for biomed and Nottingham for neuroscience.

    Queen Mary allow people to transfer to 4th year medicine after 3 years of biomedical science (so that would be 5 years overall). Queen Mary want 320 UCAS points (ABB/AAC)

    Problem: UEA won't consider people on the medical course who have predictions higher than ABC. So if i'm predicted AAC they will reject me.

    Question 1: It it worth NOT applying to UEA so I can apply to Queen Mary?

    Question 2: Someone told be to resit all my exams and aim to get AAA so I can apply for a few 5 year courses. Is this realistic?

    Question 3: I want to resit 4 chemistry modules but don't know when, I'm going to America in a few weeks for about 2 months. Should I revise while i'm there and take the exams in jan OR wait till I come back and revise till june?

    Thanks for your time!
    hi
    i dont think u should apply for UEA. Apply for Queen Mary instead. (I didnt know they did that, it's so good!!)
    but yeah, I do think u'd be wasting a space applying for UEA.
    good luck
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    (Original post by katyness)
    hi
    i dont think u should apply for UEA. Apply for Queen Mary instead. (I didnt know they did that, it's so good!!)
    but yeah, I do think u'd be wasting a space applying for UEA.
    good luck
    hmmmmm..
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    Help please? :/
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    Preety Pleaaase¬¬¬
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    (Original post by T-Toe)
    Queen Mary allow people to transfer to 4th year medicine after 3 years of biomedical science (so that would be 5 years overall). Queen Mary want 320 UCAS points (ABB/AAC)
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    (Original post by Renal)
    :rofl:
    What's so funny? :confused:
 
 
 
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