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    I took my ukcat and i got an average of 640.
    I want to apply to St george's, UEA, king's and queen mary's .Could i still get into king's or queen mary's or should i apply to other universities?
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    (Original post by am954321)
    I took my ukcat and i got an average of 640.
    I want to apply to St george's, UEA, king's and queen mary's .Could i still get into king's or queen mary's or should i apply to other universities?
    Well done!

    Last year, for 2016 entry, St. George's had a cut off of 650, KCL had a cut off of 630, and UEA had a cut off of 600. For these unis, the cut off might be higher or lower this year, there is no way of knowing until ukcat is over. Perhaps give admissions offices a ring to see what they think of your UKCAT score?

    Barts considered the UKCAT as follows for 2016 entry:

    " A100 applicants who achieve an overall score within the third decile range or above in the UKCAT and meet our minimum academic entry criteria will be given a score for their UCAS tariff based on achieved/predicted grades for all ‘tariffable’ criteria or a weighted score for graduates based on degree classification. Candidates will be expected to have achieved or be predicted a UCAS tariff of 144 or more. 144 points must be achieved from the main scoring academic acceptable criteria. 50% of the weighting will be on Tariff and 50% on the UKCAT score."

    So perhaps if you have great academic results and UCAS application you stand in good stead!

    Hope you find the above useful,

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