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    I went to study dentistry at university, but got a very low ukcat score (550). I got ABBB at AS. I heard that kings college looks at the ukcat to pick students for interviews, for the normal dental course. I was wondering if it is the same for the enhanced support course ? Also, if it would be worth applying?
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    (Original post by Ismail_can7)
    Hey

    I went to study dentistry at university, but got a very low ukcat score (550). I got ABBB at AS. I heard that kings college looks at the ukcat to pick students for interviews, for the normal dental course. I was wondering if it is the same for the enhanced support course ? Also, if it would be worth applying?
    Hey I'm in the same position! I'm predicted AAA and got 550 . Also is the enhanced support programme only for people in London??
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    Hey I'm in the same position! I'm predicted AAA and got 550 . Also is the enhanced support programme only for people in London??
    Yh its only for students from state schools in Greater London
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    (Original post by Ismail_can7)
    Hey

    I went to study dentistry at university, but got a very low ukcat score (550). I got ABBB at AS. I heard that kings college looks at the ukcat to pick students for interviews, for the normal dental course. I was wondering if it is the same for the enhanced support course ? Also, if it would be worth applying?
    Hello,
    I'm literally in the same position I'm predicted AAB and I got 600 in my ukcat, I'm not sure whether it would still be worth applying for.
 
 
 
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