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    I am in grade 11 in high school. I got 96 last year. I have completed math 12 with 100%, chemistry 11 with 100%, physics 11, 100%, science 10 with 97%, math 11 with 99%, math 10 with 100%, Biology 12 with 96%, AP Chemistry with 94% (predicted 5 on exam), Calculus 12 with 93% predicted, Physics 12 with 98%, and chemistry 12 with 96%. I have taken SAT in chemistry, biology, math, and physics with scores of 750, 750, 740, and 760 respectively. I have no more science courses left which will mean I am doing a dual enrolment program at my university during grade 12. I will be taking chemistry, biology, physics, and calculus at university next year. What are my chances for a UK/ Irish medical schools. For the AP Chemistry exam, my teacher says I am borderline 5 so I might get a 4 on the exam. Would that ruin my chances? Also, I am taking university and high school science courses. Does this mean I am competitive since I am taking courses harder than most or all applicants after doing the dual enrolment. Also, usually universities need 3 AP courses. I am taking one but the rest of my course load is mostly university and grade 12 science subjects which go beyond most applicant's courseload. Also which medical school would relatively the easiest and best to apply to for canadians in the UK/Ireland
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    quick question what books did you use for your SAT exams and can you tell me if the practice exams inside them were realistic of the real SAT subject test?
    Also most unis i think you may have to email to find out if you can apply to them
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    (Original post by ameer91)
    I am in grade 11 in high school. I got 96 last year. I have completed math 12 with 100%, chemistry 11 with 100%, physics 11, 100%, science 10 with 97%, math 11 with 99%, math 10 with 100%, Biology 12 with 96%, AP Chemistry with 94% (predicted 5 on exam), Calculus 12 with 93% predicted, Physics 12 with 98%, and chemistry 12 with 96%. I have taken SAT in chemistry, biology, math, and physics with scores of 750, 750, 740, and 760 respectively. I have no more science courses left which will mean I am doing a dual enrolment program at my university during grade 12. I will be taking chemistry, biology, physics, and calculus at university next year. What are my chances for a UK/ Irish medical schools. For the AP Chemistry exam, my teacher says I am borderline 5 so I might get a 4 on the exam. Would that ruin my chances? Also, I am taking university and high school science courses. Does this mean I am competitive since I am taking courses harder than most or all applicants after doing the dual enrolment. Also, usually universities need 3 AP courses. I am taking one but the rest of my course load is mostly university and grade 12 science subjects which go beyond most applicant's courseload. Also which medical school would relatively the easiest and best to apply to for canadians in the UK/Ireland
    quick question what books did you use for your SAT exams and can you tell me if the practice exams inside them were realistic of the real SAT subject test?
    Also most unis i think you may have to email to find out if you can apply to them
    Also which unis are u looking at in particular

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    I want to apply to Glasgow, St. Andrew's, Liverpool, and Birmingham. I want to know how hard is the UKCAT and how should I prepare?
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    (Original post by ameer91)
    I want to apply to Glasgow, St. Andrew's, Liverpool, and Birmingham. I want to know how hard is the UKCAT and how should I prepare?
    yh ull be fine with those as long as u stick to it
    UKCAT is hard from what ive heard
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    your sat scores are amazing
    i am wondering what did you do to prepare for them
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    i read through the barrons sat books. I heard princeton review is better. Basically memorize the book for whichever exam you are taking and take a couple practise tests and you should be fine.
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    (Original post by ameer91)
    I am in grade 11 in high school. I got 96 last year. I have completed math 12 with 100%, chemistry 11 with 100%, physics 11, 100%, science 10 with 97%, math 11 with 99%, math 10 with 100%, Biology 12 with 96%, AP Chemistry with 94% (predicted 5 on exam), Calculus 12 with 93% predicted, Physics 12 with 98%, and chemistry 12 with 96%. I have taken SAT in chemistry, biology, math, and physics with scores of 750, 750, 740, and 760 respectively. I have no more science courses left which will mean I am doing a dual enrolment program at my university during grade 12. I will be taking chemistry, biology, physics, and calculus at university next year. What are my chances for a UK/ Irish medical schools. For the AP Chemistry exam, my teacher says I am borderline 5 so I might get a 4 on the exam. Would that ruin my chances? Also, I am taking university and high school science courses. Does this mean I am competitive since I am taking courses harder than most or all applicants after doing the dual enrolment. Also, usually universities need 3 AP courses. I am taking one but the rest of my course load is mostly university and grade 12 science subjects which go beyond most applicant's courseload. Also which medical school would relatively the easiest and best to apply to for canadians in the UK/Ireland
    visit the ukcat website
 
 
 
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