UKCAT average 736 enough for manchester and Bristol?

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    have Bristol and Manchester down on the UCAS

    UKCAT socres:
    VR: 570
    QR: 770
    AR: 870
    SJT:........band 3

    Am I making a sensible choice to apply these two unis?

    P.S: I'm international student
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    (Original post by jimmylyu)
    have Bristol and Manchester down on the UCAS

    UKCAT socres:
    VR: 570
    QR: 770
    AR: 870
    SJT:........band 3

    Am I making a sensible choice to apply these two unis?

    P.S: I'm international student
    Might be good for Newcastle, what are your GCSEs and A levels like?
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    (Original post by WhoDaresWins)
    Might be good for Newcastle, what are your GCSEs and A levels like?
    GCSEs: 5A* 3A 1B

    AS: AAAA
    predicted grades: A*A*A*
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    Bristol barely use the UKCAT, but Manchester should be fine
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    how long are the mini mocks... time wise on medify?
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    (Original post by Lostperson)
    how long are the mini mocks... time wise on medify?
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    Didn't use medify because I prepared and did my UKCAT back in my home country, medify loads quite slow somehow. I did try my best with limited resources and prepared for about 2 weeks just using official guide and official practice tests.
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    (Original post by jimmylyu)
    Didn't use medify because I prepared and did my UKCAT back in my home country, medify loads quite slow somehow. I did try my best with limited resources and prepared for about 2 weeks just using official guide and official practice tests.
    Your AR is amazing! What technique did you use? Do you have any tips or advice?
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    (Original post by cookiemunch12)
    Your AR is amazing! What technique did you use? Do you have any tips or advice?
    AR was actually my worst part during practice.
    In my situation, all I can say is that the official tests do make AR VERY difficult, in the real sitting you really need to get the brain run fast but not the eyes, stay focus and don't over interpret a pattern, like I said..... it is actually not that complex in the real test.

    I have to say I was quite relaxed when doing AR probably because I ruined VR already.....
 
 
 
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