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    Hi , I have a problem with choosing my firm and insurance choice for Pharmacology . I've been given a conditional offer from Kings , UCL and QMUL. I know now that I'am not going to meet a conditions . What Do you think which uni is more likely to give me a place ? what should I choose?where is this course the most competitive?
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    I would say that UCL is one of the more competitive for the UK and the Worldwide rankings of it as a whole but they are all good. They would have all given you grades that you need to achieve, I would first choose the two you like best based on the course subjects, the setting of the uni, their facilities and accommodation, use whatuni to see student satisfaction of the courses and how their exams are divided amongst practicals vs exams vs coursework.
    Then put the course with the higher grade requirements as your first or firm choice. This gives you a fall back to the other course with the lower grade requirements in case you don't get the firm offer.
    Universities can also be quite lenient and let you drop a grade and still let you in.
    Good luck 😊


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    Go with the ones that have made offers closest to what you think you'll get.
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    What about imperial?
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    I did it at leeds and it was pretty good.
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    (Original post by feb96)
    I would say that UCL is one of the more competitive for the UK and the Worldwide rankings of it as a whole but they are all good. They would have all given you grades that you need to achieve, I would first choose the two you like best based on the course subjects, the setting of the uni, their facilities and accommodation, use whatuni to see student satisfaction of the courses and how their exams are divided amongst practicals vs exams vs coursework.
    Then put the course with the higher grade requirements as your first or firm choice. This gives you a fall back to the other course with the lower grade requirements in case you don't get the firm offer.
    Universities can also be quite lenient and let you drop a grade and still let you in.
    Good luck 😊


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    By any chance do you know which one is easier to get into? King's or UCL?
 
 
 
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