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    My stats are 7A* and 3A at GCSE
    4A at as level and 595 average in the UKCAT I am thinking of applying to liverpool or bristol or imperial or UCL or QUB or leeds. My personal statement is pretty good with a years voluntary work in a nursing home and 4 years in a charity shop. I also have spent one and a half weeks in a hospital and 3 days with a cardiologist. I have volunteered for six weeks in a pharmacy. plus all the normal extracurriculars I have tried to reflect as much as possible in my personal statement do I have a chance?
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    I am just don't know where to apply someone help me please.


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    Go for Bristol as you have a lot of volunteering. I would also advise Leedsand UCL(BMAT). Them for the other look at UEA QUB and Cardiff-hope this helps
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    You can basically apply anywhere that doesn't give a crap about UKCAT. Your UKCAT score is the only negative thing about your application.
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    Go for Bristol as you have a lot of volunteering. I would also advise Leedsand UCL(BMAT). Them for the other look at UEA QUB and Cardiff-hope this helps
    Thank you so much!!



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    You can basically apply anywhere that doesn't give a crap about UKCAT. Your UKCAT score is the only negative thing about your application.
    Haha thanks!


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    (Original post by staks)
    My stats are 7A* and 3A at GCSE
    4A at as level and 595 average in the UKCAT I am thinking of applying to liverpool or bristol or imperial or UCL or QUB or leeds. My personal statement is pretty good with a years voluntary work in a nursing home and 4 years in a charity shop. I also have spent one and a half weeks in a hospital and 3 days with a cardiologist. I have volunteered for six weeks in a pharmacy. plus all the normal extracurriculars I have tried to reflect as much as possible in my personal statement do I have a chance?
    Birmingham would be a good choice


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    For Cardiff, you would score 25/27 points for your GCSEs. With that score, I would recommend applying (not that I'm biased ).
    Let me know if you have any further questions about the uni/course/city.
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    I was wondering, my school doesnt declare AS results. Does Imperial want your AS results on your reference because I cant find anywhere on their website that mentions that.
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    (Original post by Angury)
    For Cardiff, you would score 25/27 points for your GCSEs. With that score, I would recommend applying (not that I'm biased ).
    Let me know if you have any further questions about the uni/course/city.
    You may have persuaded me how many points do I have??


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