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Hi, I recently did my year 12 mocks and I don't think I did the best in them. I think I will get either ABB or BBB predicted grades, is there any university worth applying to? Will my UCAT or my personal statement be able to get me an interview? Thanks!
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Hi, I recently did my year 12 mocks and I don't think I did the best in them. I think I will get either ABB or BBB predicted grades, is there any university worth applying to? Will my UCAT or my personal statement be able to get me an interview? Thanks!
Check if you're eligible for any widening participation schemes!! The criteria are different for each uni but it's normally based on your postcode, income and other circumstances. I got offered ABB at Leeds for medicine, and I know Newcastle give BBB offers to WP students. Even if you think you're not eligible just check, I was eligible at 3 of the 4 med schools I applied to
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Assuming you do not have contextual flags, there are some schools that do not look at predicted grades so you wouldn't be immediately rejected with those grades, but the lowest offer you would get is AAB (KMMS). GANFYD knows exactly which schools these are. I've also asked for this to be moved into Medicine

Realistically, medicine is a very academic degree and you would need to get AAB as an absolute minimum if not contextual - do you think you'll be able to succeed?
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Hull York is a great place to get yourself applied for. Low grade requirements as well.
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Hull York is a great place to get yourself applied for. Low grade requirements as well.
HYMS requires AAA in Bio + Chem, or AAB + A at EPQ
No lower than any other med schools!
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HYMS requires AAA in Bio + Chem, or AAB + A at EPQ
No lower than any other med schools!
My mistake, I was thinking of the gateway year degree! https://www.hyms.ac.uk/medicine/medi...a-gateway-year
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My mistake, I was thinking of the gateway year degree! https://www.hyms.ac.uk/medicine/medi...a-gateway-year
No worries
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