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    I’m thinking about Intercalating next year (I’m currently in 3rd year) particularly in London as I will be able to live at home. There’s a course I’m interested in at imperial (reproductive/developmental science) and one at kings (women’s health). I really only want to apply and make arrangements if I have a good chance of getting in to one of these courses. Does anyone have any ideas how competitive they are and what the chances would be? I know kings care more about academics and have a cut off but don’t know what this is? I was wondering how well I would have to be doing in my year this far to be considered,
    Any advice would be great thankssss
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    (Original post by JMJ_1996)
    I’m thinking about Intercalating next year (I’m currently in 3rd year) particularly in London as I will be able to live at home. There’s a course I’m interested in at imperial (reproductive/developmental science) and one at kings (women’s health). I really only want to apply and make arrangements if I have a good chance of getting in to one of these courses. Does anyone have any ideas how competitive they are and what the chances would be? I know kings care more about academics and have a cut off but don’t know what this is? I was wondering how well I would have to be doing in my year this far to be considered,
    Any advice would be great thankssss
    Intercalated degrees are usually very competitive and even more so in London. This one is also capped at 25 students which will make it more competitive as well. The entry requirements are here but the main thing is a strong personal statement and good refs.
 
 
 
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