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    (Original post by 07cdominic)
    Yeah ikr!! Oxford, Barts, Birmingham and Manchester You?
    Heard anything yet? And Barts, KCL, Southampton and Leicester
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    (Original post by Asian_persuasion)
    Heard anything yet? And Barts, KCL, Southampton and Leicester
    Haha yeah I've got my interview from Birmingham - hopefully will get something from Oxford next week - and Manchester is around the same timings as Barts so :/ Have you heard?
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    Hi Guys and Girls,

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    (Original post by Asian_persuasion)
    This waiting game is so frustrating! What unis have you applied for?
    Very frustrating indeed :bebored:
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    If I want to email a university, do I only mention my name and ucas ID or is there something is which I have forgotten?


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    If I want to email a university, do I only mention my name and ucas ID or is there something is which I have forgotten?


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    Yeah, just your name and ucas ID. Just a heads up Barts reply much slower than other unis
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    Hi all,

    I know as many have said, it's pointless to speculate on whether or not you'll be getting an offer, but I'm in need of a bit of reassurance.

    My UKCAT score is 727 average, and my UCAS Tarrif is 152 points (A*AA predicted). Is this high enough above their threshold for me to have even a little bit of a chance?
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    (Original post by WC7867)
    Hi all,

    I know as many have said, it's pointless to speculate on whether or not you'll be getting an offer, but I'm in need of a bit of reassurance.

    My UKCAT score is 727 average, and my UCAS Tarrif is 152 points (A*AA predicted). Is this high enough above their threshold for me to have even a little bit of a chance?
    I'm obviously not an expert but they're really good stats (better than mine) you should have one I'm guessing!
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    http://www.smd.qmul.ac.uk/assets/cou...ions-cycle.pdf

    this is as best as any predictions can be made good luck everyone
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    (Original post by Mo_elheramy)
    http://www.smd.qmul.ac.uk/assets/cou...ions-cycle.pdf

    this is as best as any predictions can be made good luck everyone
    How do u get a UCAS tariff of 282......

    That's getting 5A*s ......
    Surely no one actually got that and surely it's not that hard to get in......


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    How do u get a UCAS tariff of 282......

    That's getting 5A*s ......
    Surely no one actually got that and surely it's not that hard to get in......


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    it's just a mid range example shoeing that if you have a tariff of 282 you only need 1930 to have a likely chance for an interview. And if you read below that highest tariff prediction was 616 so surely people do get predicted that
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    (Original post by Mo_elheramy)
    it's just a mid range example shoeing that if you have a tariff of 282 you only need 1930 to have a likely chance for an interview. And if you read below that highest tariff prediction was 616 so surely people do get predicted that
    That's 11 A*'s......
    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    So I'm supposed to compete with people who have 11A*'s


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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    That's 11 A*'s......
    😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    So I'm supposed to compete with people who have 11A*'s


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    I didn't even do 11 GCSEs :laugh:
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    (Original post by Johncenaofficial)
    How do u get a UCAS tariff of 282......

    That's getting 5A*s ......
    Surely no one actually got that and surely it's not that hard to get in......


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    As ridiculous as it seems, my predicitons are A*A*A*A* ( A2 maths, chem, bio, general studies ftw) = 4x56, a* EPQ = 28, a (AS computer science) = 20, totalling at 272 so 282 isn't unachievable; quite a few people in my school will undoubtedly have similar (or better) stats
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    (Original post by neon_reaper)
    As ridiculous as it seems, my predicitons are A*A*A*A* ( A2 maths, chem, bio, general studies ftw) = 4x56, a* EPQ = 28, a (AS computer science) = 20, totalling at 272 so 282 isn't unachievable; quite a few people in my school will undoubtedly have similar (or better) stats
    I wish my school offered general studies :sigh: I'm also predicted 4A* (Bio, chem, maths, phy) and A* EPQ, so 252 but with general studies could've possibly been 308. I still think 11 A* predictions is crazy though
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    (Original post by neon_reaper)
    As ridiculous as it seems, my predicitons are A*A*A*A* ( A2 maths, chem, bio, general studies ftw) = 4x56, a* EPQ = 28, a (AS computer science) = 20, totalling at 272 so 282 isn't unachievable; quite a few people in my school will undoubtedly have similar (or better) stats
    My UCAS points are the same!
    Exact same subjects, also :lol:

    My UKCAT is very high, also (787 Band 1), so I may have been a bit OTT with signing up for General Studies also
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    (Original post by neon_reaper)
    As ridiculous as it seems, my predicitons are A*A*A*A* ( A2 maths, chem, bio, general studies ftw) = 4x56, a* EPQ = 28, a (AS computer science) = 20, totalling at 272 so 282 isn't unachievable; quite a few people in my school will undoubtedly have similar (or better) stats
    Guys, maybe you should put on a side the arrogance of thinking that everyone does A levels. When you study the IB you automatically undertake 6 subjects (+ a compulsory philosophical subject) which boost your Tariff
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    (Original post by svenderman)
    Guys, maybe you should put on a side the arrogance of thinking that everyone does A levels. When you study the IB you automatically undertake 6 subjects (+ a compulsory philosophical subject) which boost your Tariff
    If I'm correct, though, you only do 3 HLs (3*56 = 168), 3 SLs (3*28 = 84) and then 12 points for TOK and EE.
    This is worth 264 points overall?

    But then if you take into account music/dance exams and other stuff, then that's the potential for an awful lot of points :lol:
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    (Original post by Gogregg)
    If I'm correct, though, you only do 3 HLs (3*56 = 168), 3 SLs (3*28 = 84) and then 12 points for TOK and EE.
    This is worth 264 points overall?

    But then if you take into account music/dance exams and other stuff, then that's the potential for an awful lot of points :lol:
    It really depends! I know some people who do 7 subjects (4 highers) so that's another 58 points!
    But yeah you see where I'm going
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    (Original post by svenderman)
    It really depends! I know some people who do 7 subjects (4 highers) so that's another 58 points!
    But yeah you see where I'm going
    You can do that? Wow! That's crazy :eek:

    Also, with SNCs, an A at Advanced Highers is 56, and A at Higher is 33 points, so there's the capacity for crazy high points, especially considering most people do at least 5 Highers. That said, I don't think Barts would get many Scottish applicants, but oh well...
 
 
 
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