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    hi where do i apply with 630 ukcat ?? please hlp
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    What are your GCSE's and A2 predictions?
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    What are your GCSE's and A2 predictions?
    gcse: 6A* 3A
    A2: a*aa
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    You could try Bristol if your PS is good, Keele if you have lots of voluntary work and also UEA/Leicester
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    You could try Bristol if your PS is good, Keele if you have lots of voluntary work and also UEA/Leicester
    does bristol not look at gcses heavily
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    Bristol is 80% PS and only 8% GCSE
    The medic portal did a good article on where to apply with stats like yours so I would check that out
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    (Original post by rehmanator)
    does bristol not look at gcses heavily
    Yes, but GCSE heavy uni's want 8/9 A*s at GCSE so you wouldn't be competitive.

    The uni's I'm talking about are Oxford, Edinburgh, Cardiff, QUB and Bham
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    okay thankyou for your help
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    Liverpool, HYMS, UEA, Keele, Bristol and maybe Aberdeen consider BMAT too.
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    (Original post by Orangeflower6)
    Liverpool, HYMS, UEA, Keele, Bristol and maybe Aberdeen consider BMAT too.
    i REALLY want to apply st georges. what are my chances?
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    (Original post by rehmanator)
    i REALLY want to apply st georges. what are my chances?
    Well the cut off last year was 650, so it is risky. Unless averages go down or people apply with a lower UKCAT, your UKCAT may not be enough. You could always use it as your risky application and then apply to 3 safe, as long as all your UKCAT sections are above 500. Someone from my college actually got in with a UKCAT of 635 last year which was below the cut off, I don't understand why this is.
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    (Original post by HopelessMedic)
    You could try Bristol if your PS is good, Keele if you have lots of voluntary work and also UEA/Leicester
    What is the GCSE scoring system for UEA?


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    (Original post by Orangeflower6)
    Well the cut off last year was 650, so it is risky. Unless averages go down or people apply with a lower UKCAT, your UKCAT may not be enough. You could always use it as your risky application and then apply to 3 safe, as long as all your UKCAT sections are above 500. Someone from my college actually got in with a UKCAT of 635 last year which was below the cut off, I don't understand why this is.
    thankyou so much! im going for it as my risky option
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    (Original post by Jehaan)
    Bristol is 80% PS and only 8% GCSE
    The medic portal did a good article on where to apply with stats like yours so I would check that out

    Thanks for the mention Jehaan Here's the aforementioned blog on where to apply with a ukcat score of 600-650. There's still plenty of options - don't worry!

    If anyone else is interested we also have info on which unis are good options for higher and lower scores.
 
 
 
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