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BA Business, University of Durham vs BSc Biomedical Science, King's Watch

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    assuming both get a 2.1

    A level grades = ABB Bio, Chem, German

    Update: At Leeds University now for a life sciences degree
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    Durham.
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    (Original post by Brianop)
    Assuming that admissions couldn't differentiate between the characters of the king's graduate and the durham graduate...who do you think they would they go for?

    assuming both get a 2.1

    A level grades = ABB Bio, Chem, German
    A level filter is usually AAB-AAA
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    (Original post by Focus08)
    A level filter is usually AAB-AAA
    source?

    usually 300-320 points
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    No Maths A-Level is an issue.
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    It's important to say that ABB was attained through one year. I chose the option to study A levels in one year.
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    Kings offered most students(myself included) AAB for biomed. If this contributes to the thread in any way :P
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    (Original post by Brianop)
    It's important to say that ABB was attained through one year. I chose the option to study A levels in one year.
    That's very impressive, congrats. Why don't you do a second year of A-levels?... improve your grades, and go to a uni that isn't second rate? You'll be closing a lot of doors for yourself with your grades/university choice.
 
 
 
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