Hi i received my As results and i am very happy with 4 a's in my subjects (maths physics biology chemistry)
However, in my 2nd chemistry exam i realised i had in fact obtained a high B in that particular exam but fortunately my other chemistry exam and practical boosted the ums up to an A.
Will i now be at a disadvantage since i only obtained a B in one module exam which was in chemistry even tho i obtained a grade A overall in that subject? Also my practical grades are low in biology and physics do universities tend to look upon these much even tho i have like i said achieved all grade As in my module exams apart from chemistry?
oh and UKCAT weekend course which is supposedly £300 is it worth it?
Just a small query Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-08-2013 18:10
- 16-08-2013 18:16
no, you wont be at a disadvantage at all. only if you want to apply to cambridge. most med schools dont look at AS grades, plus 4A's is fine for anywhere.
also the ukcat course, I didnt do it last year and got an awful score but 3 of my friends said it was good (2 of whom got 700+ last year) and I am reapplying and doing it this year.