tarakheradmand1
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I'm applying to study physics at imperial.
At AS I got an A in physics, maths and biology and a B in english
I'm taking an additional AS in further maths
my predicted grades are A*A*A*A
Do I have a chance considering by B in English?
I also have average GSCSE results due to extenuating circumstances
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Do you meet the entry requirements? If you do you will be fine.
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(Original post by tarakheradmand1)
I'm applying to study physics at imperial.
At AS I got an A in physics, maths and biology and a B in english
I'm taking an additional AS in further maths
my predicted grades are A*A*A*A
Do I have a chance considering by B in English?
I also have average GSCSE results due to extenuating circumstances
27% of applicants to physics at Imperial get an offer (http://university.which.co.uk/imperi...000-f300-38435 ) if you're predicted the required grades then you've got a reasonable chance - it's worth applying.

Just make sure you have some less picky choices that you'd also be happy with on your UCAS application too.
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i know this maybe a bit out of the picture, but yeah i have ask many persons in TSR unfortunately none of them answer. so, i just wanna ask you guys whether there is an interview for an international student applying for mechanical engineering at imperial? thanks in advance
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