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How hard is it to get an offer for Chemical engineering. . ungergraduate
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Personally I found my application relatively straightforward. Bar cambridge, if you have the predicted grades and give a good impression through you're application to the unis that you've applied for, you'll get asked for 'interview' which means go and you've got an offer. Cambridge, as you're probably well aware is very different!
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How hard is it to get an offer for Chemical engineering. . ungergraduate
Depends on the university of course, but generally, not too hard.
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It varies - the better Universities will obviously specify high grades.
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