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Edge Hill A100 2021 thread:
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Hey - you need to wander elsewhere, as interview to offer ratio was 27% last year!
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Hey - you need to wander elsewhere, as interview to offer ratio was 27% last year!
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I'll see myself out 🚪🚶
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I'll see myself out 🚪🚶
You have amazing stats, they would be lucky to have you, but I think you have safer options!
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You have amazing stats, they would be lucky to have you, but I think you have safer options!
Yeah for sure, I don't want another gap year!
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Yeah for sure, I don't want another gap year!
Despite what some people would try and tell you, the newer med schools are some of the most competitive. Here, ARU, Exeter, Plymouth, UCLan have low interview to offer ratios, but Kings, Sheffield, Birmingham, Nottingham, St Andrews are usually much higher. Having said that, traditional patterns are likely to go out the window this year!
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Despite what some people would try and tell you, the newer med schools are some of the most competitive. Here, ARU, Exeter, Plymouth, UCLan have low interview to offer ratios, but Kings, Sheffield, Birmingham, Nottingham, St Andrews are usually much higher. Having said that, traditional patterns are likely to go out the window this year!
Is that because of how many more applicants there's gonna be this year?
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Is that because of how many more applicants there's gonna be this year?
Because some med schools got caught with over-offering more than others last year, and they have varying numbers of enforced deferrals and different policies on what TAGs resits they will accept, so this will influence the numbers of interviews they offer. This has the biggest effect on cut offs, but there are so many (hidden) factors at play this year, it is going to be impossible to work it out
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Because some med schools got caught with over-offering more than others last year, and they have varying numbers of enforced deferrals and different policies on what TAGs resits they will accept, so this will influence the numbers of interviews they offer. This has the biggest effect on cut offs, but there are so many (hidden) factors at play this year, it is going to be impossible to work it out
Ohh I see. Thanks for explaining Would you expect another massive rise in applications this year?
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Ohh I see. Thanks for explaining Would you expect another massive rise in applications this year?
I have given up expecting anything and just let each step be a lovely surprise (or a slap in the face with a wet fish, depending on how you look at it :lol: )
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I have given up expecting anything and just let each step be a lovely surprise (or a slap in the face with a wet fish, depending on how you look at it :lol: )
:rofl: Hopefully it's the former!
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I am a resit student.

Achieved: A* Maths, A Chemistry
Predicted: A for Biology

UCAT: 2490 Band 1

I have the BSMS, Observe GP work experience. Also I have got Care Home experience.

Should I apply?
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I am a resit student.

Achieved: A* Maths, A Chemistry
Predicted: A for Biology

UCAT: 2490 Band 1

I have the BSMS, Observe GP work experience. Also I have got Care Home experience.

Should I apply?
Cut off was 2500 for 2021 entry
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Cut off was 2500 for 2021 entry
It was also 2450 for 2020. Do you think I stand a chance?
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It was also 2450 for 2020. Do you think I stand a chance?
With only 15 places and many more people applying for medicine, I am not sure it is going to go down for 2022 entry
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Hello undergrad here just did my UCAT today. Just wondering which unis I can apply to and which ones I'm most likely to get into!

A-Levels (achieved)- bio chem and maths: A*A*A*
GCSE- 9887666654 (these include 6s in English and 8 in maths. bio-7 chem-8 and physics-9

UCAT: 2800
VR- 570
DM- 670
QR- 760
AR- 800
SJT- Band 2

Applied for Plymouth, hull, kent, and Liverpool last year. only got an interview at Plymouth and the score was only 5 points off the cut-off ://

Work experience- worked in Sainsbury's for a year lol and going to shadow in a hospital with physios, consultants, surgeons, pharmacists for a week starting tomorrow. also going to work in the NHS as a nursing assistant for a year throughout my gap year. going to volunteer for the NHS also. also volunteered at a care home for 3 days. and done bsms virtual work experience and observe gp virtual work experience



Will I be able to get in for edge hill?
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Sorry wrong thread*
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GCSE’s (06/2011):
Biology – A
Chemistry – A*
English – A
Mathematics – A
3 more GCSE at A and 2 at B (Geography, Physics)
GCSE short-course ICT A* (not sure what short course is)

A-levels (06/2013):
Biology – C
Chemistry - A
Economics – A*
EPQ – E

(06/2014) In 2014 I took a gap year, did some work experience, and took a resit in my biology as-well as well as take on AS level (not full a-level) business studies, achieving an A in both (06/2014)

Following this, I went to university:
Date of registration; 22/Sep/2014
End of registration; 23/Sep/2019
Qualification Awarded; MPHARM Pharmacy Second Class Honours (Upper Division)
Date of Award; 01/Oct/2019

After degree, I started pre-registration trainee Pharmacist, 30th Sept 2019 – 27th Sept 2020. Following this there was the wait for the GPHC exam due to covid, and I finally became a registered Pharmacist on 15/05/2021.

UCAT:
Total score 2580 (645) Band 2
(verbal reasoning score was 550).

Work experience: not yet, but planning to get some next few weeks.

No WP or contextual flags


do you guys think edge hill would be a good choice?
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Is there anywhere that I can find the usual number of places available on courses please? I’ve done loads of research, pretty much decided EH would make the list and then found they offer between 15-30 places to their top applicants??
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