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    Hi basically, I have got 10 A*'s 2A's in GCSE. But in AS levels i have achieved A (Biology) B B (maths, chemistry) and C (History). But school have told me they will predict me 3 A's. Providing i get a good UKCAT score do I have a chance? I'm looking to apply to Kings, Leicester, Manchester and Bristol.
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    (Original post by dineshn17)
    Hi basically, I have got 10 A*'s 2A's in GCSE. But in AS levels i have achieved A (Biology) B B (maths, chemistry) and C (History). But school have told me they will predict me 3 A's. Providing i get a good UKCAT score do I have a chance? I'm looking to apply to Kings, Leicester, Manchester and Bristol.
    You will do much better posting in the medicine forum as this will get buried in the clearing threads at the moment.
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    (Original post by dineshn17)
    Hi basically, I have got 10 A*'s 2A's in GCSE. But in AS levels i have achieved A (Biology) B B (maths, chemistry) and C (History). But school have told me they will predict me 3 A's. Providing i get a good UKCAT score do I have a chance? I'm looking to apply to Kings, Leicester, Manchester and Bristol.
    yeah of course you do... the unis generally only look at predicted grades.
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    (Original post by dineshn17)
    Hi basically, I have got 10 A*'s 2A's in GCSE. But in AS levels i have achieved A (Biology) B B (maths, chemistry) and C (History). But school have told me they will predict me 3 A's. Providing i get a good UKCAT score do I have a chance? I'm looking to apply to Kings, Leicester, Manchester and Bristol.
    Since you're getting predicted 3 As, you do have a chance. Just stay away from universities that prefer AAAA at AS like Birmingham. If your UKCAT happens to go badly, your GCSEs would make up for it for Kings but you would need to stay away from Manchester. If your UKCAT goes really well (680+), you could consider Newcastle or Exeter.

    If you haven't already, go through this page: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki...your_Strengths

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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