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If I apply to the undergrad 5 year programme as a graduate, will I have higher chances of being accepted?
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Graduate entry is a lot harder and very competitive. It’s better to apply for undergraduate than waste money and time hoping for an offer for GE.
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If you’re applying as a graduate student, make sure you have a lot of work experience, great references, very good grades and motivation. It will help your application stand out.
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  1. Hi,
    I just wanted to know if I was allowed to put in 2 biomed courses and 3 dentistry courses on my ucas application .
thanks THIS IS QUITE URGENT
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(Original post by dkc2019)
  1. Hi,
    I just wanted to know if I was allowed to put in 2 biomed courses and 3 dentistry courses on my ucas application .
thanks THIS IS QUITE URGENT
It is allowed but not recommended because dentistry is very competitive so by reducing your application number you reduce your chances of getting offers.
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