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    (Original post by Rifdhy)
    Hm I see.
    I totally forgot about this when I firmed yesterday.
    Although I'll probably be happy with my current firm I think it would have been better to waited.
    Oh well, Thanks btw!
    Hey, not 100% sure but i think there's a two week period after you firm when ucas still let you change your mind? maybe you could unfirm or something?
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    Hi everyone!

    Congratulations to all of you who have received offers. I'm Will and I'm 3rd year at Barts. I run the 'Barts ask a current student' thread here: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho...2#post70947072

    I'm happy to answer any questions you have about aspects of the course, teaching methods, London, our campuses, BLSA, sports and societies or whatever really.

    I look forward to meeting you all in September.

    Will
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    I've declined my offer so fingers crossed somone on the waiting list will hear some good news. Good luck
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    Also declined my offer, good luck to those on hold.
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    has anyone heard anything about the medicine waiting list or even the alternative course? we're nearing the end of April and I would assume some people would've beard from them since they said they check once in April for the medicine waiting list and alternative course
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    (Original post by Doctorate)
    I've declined my offer so fingers crossed somone on the waiting list will hear some good news. Good luck
    Where did you firm and insure instead?
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    (Original post by hoafanuk)
    Afaik, if you've firmed another uni, you're not eligible for the waiting list?
    Yes the waiting list is for people who do not have a medicine offer.
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    Hi guys, I applied with 4 a level and one as subject but my offer comes with aaa. Does it mean I can fail my as subject? But the problem with failing the as is I wouldnt get any grade for it
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    (Original post by Nieeeel97)
    Hi guys, I applied with 4 a level and one as subject but my offer comes with aaa. Does it mean I can fail my as subject? But the problem with failing the as is I wouldnt get any grade for it
    Ring them up or email them to be 100% sure, but I think they said you can get a U in your 4th a level and still be accepted
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    (Original post by Doctorate)
    I've declined my offer so fingers crossed somone on the waiting list will hear some good news. Good luck
    Hi any update from Barts?
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    Have any IB students heard back from barts??
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    Why my UCAS status still show conditional offer? When will they update it to unconditional offer?
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    (Original post by Raymond-I-Legend)
    Why my UCAS status still show conditional offer? When will they update it to unconditional offer?
    Glad to know I’m not the only one thinking about this, I was thinking they might be waiting for the A level results to be released before they change anything.
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    (Original post by ImperialDugong)
    Glad to know I’m not the only one thinking about this, I was thinking they might be waiting for the A level results to be released before they change anything.
    However I need to request CAS to apply for student visa. It may be late to wait for A level result. Can I request CAS before they update my status to unconditional offer?
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    what should get you a decent chance to get an interview at Barts because I am getting roughly 670 on my mocks... Is this good enough?
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    Any international students received the CAS letter? I am still waiting.
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    wondering if anyone could help me out, i am:

    - A graduate student with predicted 2.1 in Genetics at University of Glasgow. (how is the academic part of the application scored for a100 graduate applicants?)
    - I have 229 UCAS tariff (not great). studied in scotland so got A in bio and phy, B in maths and chem, and a C in English for highers and a C in adv biology.
    - i have 2740 ukcat, band 3 (surprised how well it turned out cause in the exam i thought i was done (VR-580), which dragged my score down)
    - i have a lot of extra-curriculars and volunteering, i just need to get an interview

    am i in with a decent chance of getting an interview?
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    (Original post by singhaman)
    wondering if anyone could help me out, i am:

    - A graduate student with predicted 2.1 in Genetics at University of Glasgow. (how is the academic part of the application scored for a100 graduate applicants?)
    - I have 229 UCAS tariff (not great). studied in scotland so got A in bio and phy, B in maths and chem, and a C in English for highers and a C in adv biology.
    - i have 2740 ukcat, band 3 (surprised how well it turned out cause in the exam i thought i was done (VR-580), which dragged my score down)
    - i have a lot of extra-curriculars and volunteering, i just need to get an interview

    am i in with a decent chance of getting an interview?
    4 year or 5 year. i would say for the 5 year as a graduate you could potentially get an interview here but as for the 4 year luck would need to be on your side. its worth a shot though.
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    (Original post by IamDreaming)
    4 year or 5 year. i would say for the 5 year as a graduate you could potentially get an interview here but as for the 4 year luck would need to be on your side. its worth a shot though.
    5 year. i aint applying for 4 year courses. why take the risk, especially since its only 1 year difference anyways
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    (Original post by singhaman)
    wondering if anyone could help me out, i am:

    - A graduate student with predicted 2.1 in Genetics at University of Glasgow. (how is the academic part of the application scored for a100 graduate applicants?)
    - I have 229 UCAS tariff (not great). studied in scotland so got A in bio and phy, B in maths and chem, and a C in English for highers and a C in adv biology.
    - i have 2740 ukcat, band 3 (surprised how well it turned out cause in the exam i thought i was done (VR-580), which dragged my score down)
    - i have a lot of extra-curriculars and volunteering, i just need to get an interview

    am i in with a decent chance of getting an interview?
    you shouldn't apply without a 1st class degree.
 
 
 
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