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Yh me too :/

Edit: Yh I just realised, some people may have got their application acknowledged by Imperial because they probably did the August BMAT sitting.
I got mine today! Did you get yours?
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I got mine today! Did you get yours?
Have u done your bmat ? I haven’t received and I sent in a week ago
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I got mine today! Did you get yours?
Have you already done the BMAT? Maybe that's why you got the acknowledgement
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I got mine today! Did you get yours?
When did you send in your application??
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Yh me too :/

Edit: Yh I just realised, some people may have got their application acknowledged by Imperial because they probably did the August BMAT sitting.
Hi I'm doing the October BMAT - so it may just be random in the way they send the acknowledgement emails.
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Good luck all! Today's the application day so hope all goes well cya there (hopefully)
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For anyone who has submitted their application already and have seen UCAS Track, is their personal statement in one big chunk? Or does your personal statement have distinct lines in between to show paragraphs? My personal statement was clearly in different paragraphs and now that I check Track, it's all in one big chunk. Would that put me at a significant disadvantage when they are considering my application?
No, mine is in neat blocks I think your application is screwed up...

Just kidding :P, mine was like that too and I was worrying the same thing but from what I've seen that is just how UCAS formats all personal statements. We'll be fine
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No, mine is in neat blocks I think your application is screwed up...

Just kidding :P, mine was like that too and I was worrying the same thing but from what I've seen that is just how UCAS formats all personal statements. We'll be fine
Hahaha, very funny. That was a cracking joke that, couldn't have laughed even more
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Guys for anyone whos done august bmat have imperial sent any conformation that they've recieved your results from metritest?
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Guys for anyone whos done august bmat have imperial sent any conformation that they've recieved your results from metritest?
I haven't gotten anything either I'm still waiting
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Hi Guys,
so according to the imperial website for medicine the minimum entry is AAA but typical offer is A*AA with A* in biology or chemistry.
I have A*AA but with A* in maths can i still get in
Many Thanks.
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Hahaha, very funny. That was a cracking joke that, couldn't have laughed even more
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Hi Guys,
so according to the imperial website for medicine the minimum entry is AAA but typical offer is A*AA with A* in biology or chemistry.
I have A*AA but with A* in maths can i still get in
Many Thanks.
All you need is predicted AAA but then if you get an offer and it’s for A*AA with A* in bio or chem you will need to get those grades. If you’re saying you have achieved grades then I’m not too sure, sorry. But I think the A* would need to be in bio/chem
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Quick question - would having a*a*a or a*a*a* predictions be better/have a better chance or is it just the case where if you meet the minimum entry requirements of aaa - it doesn't matter?
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Quick question - would having a*a*a or a*a*a* predictions be better/have a better chance or is it just the case where if you meet the minimum entry requirements of aaa - it doesn't matter?
As long as you have AAA that’s all that matters. They said they don’t care about predicted grades beyond that- it’s BMAT they care about the most
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As long as you have AAA that’s all that matters. They said they don’t care about predicted grades beyond that- it’s BMAT they care about the most
Thanks - I was just worried maybe if you only just met the requirements, you would have immediate disadvantage compared to someone with a*a*a/a*a*a*

Also with the BMAT - is it that if you meet the cut off point for all sections, you'll be invited to an interview or are you progressed to next stage?

Thanks for the help.
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Thanks - I was just worried maybe if you only just met the requirements, you would have immediate disadvantage compared to someone with a*a*a/a*a*a*

Also with the BMAT - is it that if you meet the cut off point for all sections, you'll be invited to an interview or are you progressed to next stage?

Thanks for the help.
No, don’t worry you won’t be disadvantaged

So basically you have to meet a cut off for each section but then also a cut off for section 1 and 2 combined. For example last year you had to have 3.5 in s1 and s2 and 2.5C in s3 as the minimum but then to get an interview for home/EU students your s1+s2 had to equal 8.6 or up. It’s just so that 8.6 can’t be made up of a 2 in one section and a 6.6 in another haha. Hope this makes sense!
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No, don’t worry you won’t be disadvantaged

So basically you have to meet a cut off for each section but then also a cut off for section 1 and 2 combined. For example last year you had to have 3.5 in s1 and s2 and 2.5C in s3 as the minimum but then to get an interview for home/EU students your s1+s2 had to equal 8.6 or up. It’s just so that 8.6 can’t be made up of a 2 in one section and a 6.6 in another haha. Hope this makes sense!
Oh that makes sense. Thanks for the explanation! I'm stressing over this BMAT - I just want to meet this cut off and hopefully get an interview, so fingers crossed!

Good luck with your application! You'll smash it
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Oh that makes sense. Thanks for the explanation! I'm stressing over this BMAT - I just want to meet this cut off and hopefully get an interview, so fingers crossed!

Good luck with your application! You'll smash it
Ahh same the BMAT is such a stress :/

Thank you so much, you too!!
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Ahh same the BMAT is such a stress :/

Thank you so much, you too!!
Haha. I know I can’t wait for it to be over and done with so I can finally have a break from this UCAS application. I feel like it never ends 😂😂.
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