LOW ukcat but HIGH predicted grades. Where to apply ? 2017

    • Thread Starter

    Hello everybody,

    I unfortunately scored horrifically on my UKCAT and got an average score of 570 and band 3 for situational judgement =(.
    My predicted grades are 3 A*'s and 1A.
    Could you suggest any university that put a lower weighing on UKCAT and higher on predicted grades ?
    I'm planning to sit the BMAT but it feels a bit risky to apply for 4 BMAT unis.

    I really appreciate any feedback or opinions =)

    Perhaps Bristol, they only place 10% on the UKCAT. Also Cardiff if you GCSE's are solid.

    Your better off apply to at least 2/3 BMAT uni's and preparing really well for that
    • Thread Starter

    Thanks for the advice. I definitely need to ace the BMAT

    What about St George's ?

    Hi All

    I got prediction 1A* 2A UKCAT ave 627 sj band 2. Can anyone advise which university should i apply?
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