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any clearing courses for dentistry related courses
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any clearing courses for dentistry related courses
Dentistry itself has never entered Clearing as far as I am aware.

Coupled with the fact that the usual advice is: if you wanted to do dentistry aim to do it at standard undergrad dentistry rather than a random course and then graduate entry dentistry (because it'll take longer, cost more and will be much more competitive) - my advice will be to take a gap year and reapply next year.

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Dentistry itself has never entered Clearing as far as I am aware.

Coupled with the fact that the usual advice is: if you wanted to do dentistry aim to do it at standard undergrad dentistry rather than a random course and then graduate entry dentistry (because it'll take longer, cost more and will be much more competitive) - my advice will be to take a gap year and reapply next year.

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The only advice I can give in addition to everything above is that you’ll just have to check UCAS yourself from time to time.
There’s nothing on there for dentistry at the moment and is very unlikely to have anything at all, hence why I haven’t made a thread for it. Dental schools operate a reserve/ waiting list which they pick students from, rather than extra or clearing.
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thank you x i thought so just wanted to make sure x
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Dentistry itself has never entered Clearing as far as I am aware.

Coupled with the fact that the usual advice is: if you wanted to do dentistry aim to do it at standard undergrad dentistry rather than a random course and then graduate entry dentistry (because it'll take longer, cost more and will be much more competitive) - my advice will be to take a gap year and reapply next year.

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The only advice I can give in addition to everything above is that you’ll just have to check UCAS yourself from time to time.
There’s nothing on there for dentistry at the moment and is very unlikely to have anything at all, hence why I haven’t made a thread for it. Dental schools operate a reserve/ waiting list which they pick students from, rather than extra or clearing.
thank you x was thinking to do that as i am in year 13 and can always reapeat the year if needed
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thank you x was thinking to do that as i am in year 13 and can always reapeat the year if needed
By “repeat” do you mean that you don’t have the required grades?
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By “repeat” do you mean that you don’t have the required grades?
yep with teachers grades im not sure i would have the required grades for this years anyways as my ucas predictions were lower than my target grades set by the school
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yep with teachers grades im not sure i would have the required grades for this years anyways as my ucas predictions were lower than my target grades set by the school
I see, there will probably be an opportunity to sit autumn or summer exams next year so try to prepare for those.
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