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Already have achieved the A-Level grades;
A* in English Lit
A in History
B in Biology.

Assuming a competitive LNAT score/ personal statement, what are my chances?

Thanks.
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UCL is proably the best in terms of rankings. If that's what you care about then that answers your question

However you should visit the uni's and see how you feel about the setting and enviornment. Queen Mary isnt in the best of areas tbh..think its in east london so that may also be something to think about. The other two uni's are more central.
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UCL is proably the best in terms of rankings. If that's what you care about then that answers your question

However you should visit the uni's and see how you feel about the setting and enviornment. Queen Mary isnt in the best of areas tbh..think its in east london so that may also be something to think about. The other two uni's are more central.
Hi, thanks for the response.
However I meant what are my chances of getting in, cause they're all A*AA and I have the B in Biology. So I was hoping someone could provide some insight/ advice.

But thanks, I'll have to look into location further then.
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(Original post by tlnksk)
Hi, thanks for the response.
However I meant what are my chances of getting in, cause they're all A*AA and I have the B in Biology. So I was hoping someone could provide some insight/ advice.

But thanks, I'll have to look into location further then.
Getting in with A*AB. UCL -- no unless you're getting a contextual offer. KCL -- no unless you're on their access programme. QMUL -- yes.

Offer? They might give you an A*AA offer notwithstanding your predictions. Use the Offer Rate Calculator to find out.

https://www.ucas.com/advisers/offer-rate-calculator/

14% for UCL.
29% for KCL.
90% for QMUL.
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Getting in with A*AB. UCL -- no unless you're getting a contextual offer. KCL -- no unless you're on their access programme. QMUL -- yes.

Offer? They might give you an A*AA offer notwithstanding your predictions. Use the Offer Rate Calculator to find out.

https://www.ucas.com/advisers/offer-rate-calculator/

14% for UCL.
29% for KCL.
90% for QMUL.
Yet more proof that QMUL is chatting bare ****e

Thanks for this
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Yet more proof that QMUL is chatting bare ****e

Thanks for this
I was actually surprised it's that bad.

And I think A*BB was about 50% or 60%.

Really is about the Warwick tier.
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