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Hello all, I'm finding it super hard to decide which uni I'd like to apply for . I've decided my two bmat unis would be Oxford and Imperial. But for the ucat ones, it's hard because I got 635 AVG and a band 3 I can still apply to few unis but, my qualifications are CBSEs instead of GCSEs ( Indians one though I'm a home student) looking at the KCL guide to translate them into GCSES they're 10 9s 1 8 , additionally to meet minimum requirements for many unis I've also given a maths and an English GCSE which I got 9 and 6 respectively.
I tried emailing unis but they never email me back and as the deadline approaching especially the 1st of October ( the school deadline) I'm so confused. As I'm not sure which uni would accept and which ones wouldn't my CBSEs.
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Pre-med is an American term for undergraduates who want to pursue medicine which is a postgraduate qualification in the US. I'm assuming you're an undergrad? Do you have A-levels/IB? You have to double check with universities if CBSE's are accepted which could be found on their websites/email. You could apply to less UCAT heavy universities like HYMS, Cardiff, Liverpool, QUB etc.
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Sorry never realized it was American , but what I meant was me who's currently in year 13 doing A levels
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Sorry never realized it was American , but what I meant was me who's currently in year 13 doing A levels
What are your A-level subjects and predictions?
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What are your A-level subjects and predictions?
A*AA . A* in maths, two As in chem and bio
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A*AA . A* in maths, two As in chem and bio
You could also consider Plymouth with A*AA although they might drop their requirements down to AAA and increase their UCAT cutoff.
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You could also consider Plymouth with A*AA although they might drop their requirements down to AAA and increase their UCAT cutoff.
Thank you!
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