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    I want to apply to Kings,Barts, UCL and Imperial but i was told to have an easier school for security so I was thinking of switching UCL for another school, which schools would be 'easier' to get into

    i know getting into medical schools are hard i mean relatively easy

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    UEA and Cardiff comes to my mind.
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    (Original post by Mrs House)
    UEA and Cardiff comes to my mind.
    Thank you
    by any chance do you know the applications per place?
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    with your gcses definitely cardiff!
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    (Original post by CrystalSalvatore)
    I want to apply to Kings,Barts, UCL and Imperial but i was told to have an easier school for security so I was thinking of switching UCL for another school, which schools would be 'easier' to get into

    i know getting into medical schools are hard i mean relatively easy

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    I agree that it's probably worth switching one of those unis (perhaps UCL) for a slightly less competitive one, cos you've got quite a difficult set there. I'd recommend maybe UEA or St Georges (seeing as you seem to like London). Your stats are looking very good by the way. Hope this helps.


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    I would go with Birmingham, Cardiff or St. Georges. I think you would be guaranteed an interview at all 3, although you can never be sure!
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    (Original post by CrystalSalvatore)
    Thank you
    by any chance do you know the applications per place?
    Nope sorry
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    (Original post by CrystalSalvatore)
    Thank you
    by any chance do you know the applications per place?
    For UEA, according to their FAQ page for Medicine A100, there were about 1400 applicants for around 140-150ish places. So it was approximately 10:1 I think.
 
 
 
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