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If someone applied for Medicine with 3 A's as predicted grades, and another person applied with 3 A's but with their actual A levels, would they both be considered equally or would the person with their achieved grades have a better chance of getting in?
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If someone applied for Medicine with 3 A's as predicted grades, and another person applied with 3 A's but with their actual A levels, would they both be considered equally or would the person with their achieved grades have a better chance of getting in?
I imagine they would look at your application first and whether you met the grade for all the other aspects. Its then easier to look at your grades and offer you a place there and then or make it conditional. Its an advantage, but I wouldnt overestimate it over someone who has yet to sit their exams, just that if they do offer you a place then it will be unconditional as opposed to conditional.
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