I got two Bs in Chemistry and Biology, however on the University Of Manchester's website, it states that a minimum of As are required for these sciences, is it still worth the risk applying for Manchester, or will they not accept me?
I'm currently in my first year of A levels.
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- 31-10-2016 15:00
- 31-10-2016 15:24
I wouldn't risk it is I were you, I've looked at the wording and when it stated the A-Level requirements it says "you MUST meet the GCSE requirements." The GCSE requirements are a minimum and there for a reason, and you're unlikely to be chosen to interview if you don't have the stated grades.
You'd be going against another 850 applicants for 70 places, the vast majority of which WILL meet the requirements stated on the website. You'd be taking a HUGE risk applying when you'd have less than 10% chance of gaining a place.
I'd look elsewhere if I were you, but if you want to put down one aspirational choice you're more than welcome to- it's not impossible for you to gain a place but the odds of you getting that place are very small
No one can stop you from applying if you want to