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    As you can tell from my signature, I have an offer from UCL for biochemistry AAB inc a in chem and maths.

    Trouble is, im predicted AAB with b in chem! I think i can get A in chemistry, but Do you think they would be flexible if i did get a b? I really would like to go to UCL but this has put me off because of the dangers of an insurance offer (accom).

    Any advice?
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    With the amount of competition around, i doubt they'd be that flexible if you didnt get their requirements seeing as its a top uni.. But then again, they might (if your application as a whole was amazing) be leniant. Just aim for your best, your A in other words and see what happens..
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    I'm not 100% sure if this applies to Biochemistry, but one of the reasons they interview is to see just how appropriate you would be for the degree. So should you just miss your offer but have impressed the staff, I think they'd be quite willing to take you on.
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    Thanks guys, yes the point in the interview was to determine the suitability for the course, not too sure how it went, it wasnt brilliant but not disasterous.

    I guess I should wait until I hear about Nat Sci then choose the course.
 
 
 
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