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    Hey, I just sent in my UCAS application for these 5 unis to do BSc chemistry:
    - Kings College
    - Queens Mary
    -Surrey
    -Kent
    -Sussex

    My predicted grades are AAB with A's in chem and bio whilst the B is in maths. I'm not sure if chemistry is competitive or not but what are the chances of recieveing offers from any of these unis?
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    (Original post by Audrius,C)
    Hey, I just sent in my UCAS application for these 5 unis to do BSc chemistry:
    - Kings College
    - Queens Mary
    -Surrey
    -Kent
    -Sussex

    My predicted grades are AAB with A's in chem and bio whilst the B is in maths. I'm not sure if chemistry is competitive or not but what are the chances of recieveing offers from any of these unis?
    If you meet the requirements then you will have a chance of getting an offer otherwise they would advertise different requirements.
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    Hi there. The unis will give their normal entry grades on their website in the chemistry undergraduate pages. If you are predicted to achieve those grades and this is likely given your track record, then you have a good chance of getting an offer. Often unis show their entry as a range eg AAB - ABB. This means the higher grade is the standard offer, and the lower applies if you have contextual factors, like being in a school with low uni applicants. Hope this helps!
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    Entry requirements are there for a reason, if you meet them, you have a chance but it isn't ALL about grades, they will look at your PS and reference too
 
 
 
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