Choosing last Uni - Southampton/Liverpool/

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    VR: 650
    QR: 800
    AR: 580
    SJT: Band 1
    Average: 676
    7th Decile
    Taking the BMAT

    AAAC with Biology, chemistry, maths and a C in physics. Predicted would probably be A*AA

    GCSEs - 1A* maths and 7As in other subjects. Do you think they'd be more lenient since I moved country and had to learn all my GCSES content in less than a year.

    1 week work experience in a mental health care home and working with children with special needs for over 7 months once a week

    Right now looking at Bristol, UEA, BSMS and southampton/sheffield/leeds/SGUL?

    Should I choose 2ukcat/2bmat unis or 3ukcat/1 bmat?
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    You would need 9 GCSEs for Liverpool, I'm not too sure about your GCSE's for UEA but UKCAT is fine so double check. Bristol is 70% PS so if you feel yours is strong then apply! I would personally apply to St. Georges, your UKCAT seems safe considering the cut off was 650 last year. I think your UKCAT may be too low for Southampton but hopefully fine for Sheffield, they have moved away from ps this year to a UKCAT cut off. BSMS and Imperial would be good options for BMAT but I think your GCSEs may not be high enough for Leeds. Again make sure you check.
    Other universities to perhaps consider would be Plymouth (cut off 650 last year), Keele (cut off 582.5 last year), Aberdeen, maybe Glasgow?
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