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I got my BMAT paid for, but then again I go to a private school, and considering the fees that my parents have to pay, I'd be pretty annoyed if they made us pay!
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(Original post by Orange-med)
i got 20.9 on bmat, 4A's and no interview yet from UCL.
I rang them a few days ago and they said they hadn't recieved my application so advice for anyone still waiting would be to give them a call. Apparently they have been interviewing since the beginning of december. I still haven't got an interview because they're trying to find my bmat result now :/
good luck everyone
well i havent heard of leicester or bristol...unrelated but i will call monday if anyone is still there. i was going to phone them yesterday but i talked myself out of it as i didnt want to seem to pushy!
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is it really a good idea calling them up? I havent heared from any (and ive applied to Bristol and Leicester too by the way), should I call up and check or just wait?
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is it really a good idea calling them up? I havent heared from any (and ive applied to Bristol and Leicester too by the way), should I call up and check or just wait?
i dont know...i am undecided. But the thing is i am reapplying and cant afford another year or rejections!
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I didn't even konw you had to pay for the BMAT :eek:
Lol guess my school must have paid for it, and i go to a state school
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I didn't even konw you had to pay for the BMAT :eek:
Lol guess my school must have paid for it, and i go to a state school
same here!
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Well, you're very lucky, PSdilemma! Very very lucky. I'm over £20 out of pocket thanks to BMAT. Gah. Although it did prove to be a useful exam.
I had to pay the fee and a fee to have some woman sit in with my whilst i sat it and just cough non-stop.
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(Original post by PSdilemma)
same here!
Ditto
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(Original post by Fluent in Lies)
I had to pay the fee and a fee to have some woman sit in with my whilst i sat it and just cough non-stop.
There was a group drum lesson going on in the room below me during the BMAT, I win :p:
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I couldn't concentrate because I was panicking about missing two maths lessons ...

Doesn't really work as well, does it? :rolleyes:
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I was just delighted I got there on time, as there were some train delays. Maybe I should be lucky about that so I didn't had any time left to be nervous for the test
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heh I was made to sit in this office (of the examination coordinator), quite peaceful actually, compared to drum classes and coughing people!

has anybody heared from their bmat unis?
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(Original post by PSdilemma)
heh I was made to sit in this office (of the examination coordinator), quite peaceful actually, compared to drum classes and coughing people!

has anybody heared from their bmat unis?
Interview at UCl on Feb the 2nd (if I remember correctly)
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There were no drum lessons going on during mine, but i was in a small room in our 6th form centre with paper-thin walls and a load of rowdy lower 6th outside, and an incredibly creaky door :rolleyes:

That's my excuse anyway and i'm sticking to it
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Im the only person doing medicine in my school, so i went to the local boys grammer school to take the test. (no way i was going into central london when all the local schools were doing it).

I was just delighted I got there on time, as there were some train delays
my interview @ UCL was at 10 (with the talk 1st a 9:30). That morning there was no westbound central line service east of mile end :eek:. I spent £11 on travel that day. Walking down the platform in the crush of people at 8:30 at Liverpool street station felt like a scene from 'march of the penguins'
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Interview at UCl on Feb the 2nd (if I remember correctly)
oh good luck!
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oh good luck!
thanks

I'm so nervous already
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Interview at UCl on Feb the 2nd (if I remember correctly)
They're pretty friendly, especially Dr Cross, who gave the introductory talk. Good luck!
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