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Hi guys,

I’ve applied to this course. If anyone here live in Plymouth or have been to Plymouth can you please tell me about the city. Last thing I want is to be stuck in a place I don’t like for 6 years.

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Hi what are your stats like
Also have you sent off your eligibility forms yet
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Hi what are your stats like
Also have you sent off your eligibility forms yet
Thanks
have you received the eligibility forms yet?
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when are eligibility forms usually sent?
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have you received the eligibility forms yet?
No but in the website is says we need to submit letters to the email proving our eligibility ???
It are they gonna send us forms
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so are we supposed to send it ourselves?
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so are we supposed to send it ourselves?
You only need to send it for Free school meals/16-18 bursary as that's something that isn't stated on your UCAS application
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You only need to send it for Free school meals/16-18 bursary as that's something that isn't stated on your UCAS application
what letters do i send to prove this
also does anyone know how they decide who to call for an interview or how competitive it is ie.ratio
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what letters do i send to prove this
also does anyone know how they decide who to call for an interview or how competitive it is ie.ratio
Ask your school to provide you with a letter to prove you receive bursary or free school meals, scan it and send to them. They decide who to call for an interview based on the contextual indicators, how many do you meet?
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Has anyone heard back yet from the university, not including acknowledgement emails?
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Has anyone heard back yet from the university, not including acknowledgement emails?
Nothing yet
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anyone know how they decide who to call for an interview as I emailed them and they said they don't rank gsce or personal statements or require ucat so how do they decide???
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anyone know how they decide who to call for an interview as I emailed them and they said they don't rank gsce or personal statements or require ucat so how do they decide???
I believe that they interview everyone who meets the entry requirements, so, therefore, do not then use GCSE grades and personal statements to create a cut-off score for interview.
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wouldn’t that be more competitive?
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wouldn’t that be more competitive?
Common sense would say so, especially given the fact that they do not require UCAT or high GCSE grades, so applicants who have bad scores will be flocking to this course.
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Does anyone know if Plymouth Medicine Foundation Year accept GCSE resits
*I've emailed them but they are not getting back to me*
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how would they know if you have resit a GCSE?
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how would they know if you have resit a GCSE?
As on UCAS when inputting your qualifications you have to list them all including ones you have failed. If you have the same qualification twice on different dates then it is clearly a resit.
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oh my school only told me to put my highest grade gcses and not resits. I dont think it would affect how they may perceive your GCSEs, i think they’ll just look at your highest grades if you have put your resits
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oh my school only told me to put my highest grade gcses and not resits. I dont think it would affect how they may perceive your GCSEs, i think they’ll just look at your highest grades if you have put your resits
Its actually stated on UCAS that you have to declare all of your qualifications, as it's dishonest to say you achieved a grade that you didn't on the first sit.
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