which uses the UCAT less during the admission process out of Bristol and Exeter?

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Hey just wondering which out of the 2 unis place a lesser emphasis and would be a safer shot with an average UCAT..i know they both dont use the STJ...
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Hey just wondering which out of the 2 unis place a lesser emphasis and would be a safer shot with an average UCAT..i know they both dont use the STJ...
Have you read their websites? What research have you done into this?
Bristol solely uses UCAT to assess, ie 100% dependent on your UCAT score if you meet minimum requirements, and cut off was around 690 last year
Exeter, as they say on their website, assess using A level gradesa nd only use a UCAT cut off if they have too many people on the same score. lat year they did not use it at all but you needed to have been predicted A*A*A (or acieved A*AA) but for the 2 years beforehand you needed A*A*A* predicted AND a UCAT score of 667
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