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    So, I had 2A*5A and 1B in my O level Exams, and am predicted an A*AA for my A-level subjects:
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    I just gave the UKCAT and am satisfied with the scores I got except for Verbal Reasoning. My score was:
    Verbal Reasoning- 480
    Quantitative Reasoning- 650
    Abstract Reasoning- 620
    I scored a BAND 1 in the Situational Judgement Section.
    Which Universities do you guys think I should apply to and will have higher chances of getting in? I'm applying for medicine. I reallyyy want to get into King's College. I still have to give the BMAT. Please advise me!!
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    Hi, congratulations on doing the UKCAT!!!

    As your average comes out to just below 600 I believe I personally wouldn't recommend Kings as they are very UKCAT heavy and generally consider their average score to be around 650-690 I think. But, I would look at these blogs which are pretty useful.

    https://www.themedicportal.com/medic...w-ukcat-score/

    Also, I would look at HYMS maybe, they use STJ to contribute towards offers and interview etc...
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    Thanks for the advice!
 
 
 
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