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    Right now I'm on my second year of sixth form and I'm currently deciding on what university I want to attend after my exams which is naturally a difficult decision. I currently take 5 A levels which are chemistry, biology, physics, maths and further maths and am applying to university for physics and maths.

    Unfortunately my primary university of choice, Imperial, rejected my application but I was given an offer by another university I would like to attend, which is UCL. Despite being given an offer by UCL, I'm still unsure on whether I want to complete my exams this year and go to UCL if I achieve my predicted grades or reapply for Imperial next year to see whether I can get an offer. Obviously this is a hard and risky decision to make and I would really appreciate any input on what you think is best for me.

    My AS grades were A/A/A/B/B and my current predicted grades are A*/A*/A*/A/A. Imperial's required grades are A*/A*/A plus a grade 1 in either step 2 or 3 while UCL's required grades are A*/A*/A.

    If you can provide any input I would really appreciate it. Thank you!
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    Are you really that sold on Imperial? UCL is a good UoL college! I personally would accept the UCL offer - if Imperial have rejected you this year, I don't see why they'd give you an offer next year - and there's the small mater of STEP, which isn't an issue for UCL.
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    (Original post by charIesxavier)
    Right now I'm on my second year of sixth form and I'm currently deciding on what university I want to attend after my exams which is naturally a difficult decision. I currently take 5 A levels which are chemistry, biology, physics, maths and further maths and am applying to university for physics and maths.

    Unfortunately my primary university of choice, Imperial, rejected my application but I was given an offer by another university I would like to attend, which is UCL. Despite being given an offer by UCL, I'm still unsure on whether I want to complete my exams this year and go to UCL if I achieve my predicted grades or reapply for Imperial next year to see whether I can get an offer. Obviously this is a hard and risky decision to make and I would really appreciate any input on what you think is best for me.

    My AS grades were A/A/A/B/B and my current predicted grades are A*/A*/A*/A/A. Imperial's required grades are A*/A*/A plus a grade 1 in either step 2 or 3 while UCL's required grades are A*/A*/A.

    If you can provide any input I would really appreciate it. Thank you!
    Have you found out why Imperial rejected you? If so, is it something that you can improve on?

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