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what are the best medical universities in the UK that accept late applications?
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They dont.
All Med applications closed in mid-October.
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what are the best medical universities in the UK that accept late applications?
'Late', as in when?
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what are the best medical universities in the UK that accept late applications?
Are you international? Buckingham, UCLAN, Brunel I think- check on websites.
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what are the best medical universities in the UK that accept late applications?
(1) there are no "best" or "worst" UK med schools

(2) not a single UK med school will accept late applications via UCAS

(3) as stated above, as a home student you can still apply outside of UCAS to Buckingham starting Jan 2023 (but still graduating Summer 2027). That's your only option but it'll cost you ~£39,000 per year.

If you're an international student then in addition to Buckingham, you can also apply outside of UCAS to Brunel and UCLan (2022 entry, still graduating Summer 2027).

(4) remember, even if med schools accept late applications for some reason (and they don't) you'd still need a UCAT or BMAT.

It's best to just use the upcoming year to research properly and do some work experience etc.
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None unless you meet the conditions stated above, if not, you'll have to take a gap year and apply before 6pm on 15th October next year
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I have completed my BMAT and was planning to apply to Imperial or UCL, but some conditions prevented me from doing so. Now I have been invited to apply to the St George University of London, which requires UCAT scores, and I was wondering if I could apply with just my A-levels and GCSEs, as well as my BMAT scores, which I think would be kinda decent. I got 6A* in GCSE and A*A*A in my A-level, which is above their entry requirement, am I likely to be accepted?
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SGUL is a UCAT university, therefore you cannot use a BMAT score to apply as it will lead to a pre-interview rejection. The UCAT and BMAT are completely different exams in terms of skills needed. How do you get "invited" to apply anyways? It's past the UCAS deadline for medicine so I am very confused about what you're doing. Did you only apply to Imperial and UCL?
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SGUL is a UCAT university, therefore you cannot use a BMAT score to apply as it will lead to a pre-interview rejection. The UCAT and BMAT are completely different exams in terms of skills needed. How do you get "invited" to apply anyways? It's past the UCAS deadline for medicine so I am very confused about what you're doing. Did you only apply to Imperial and UCL?
my school's got a tie with st George university in us and they contacted them regarding my situation.
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I have completed my BMAT and was planning to apply to Imperial or UCL, but some conditions prevented me from doing so. Now I have been invited to apply to the St George University of London, which requires UCAT scores, and I was wondering if I could apply with just my A-levels and GCSEs, as well as my BMAT scores, which I think would be kinda decent. I got 6A* in GCSE and A*A*A in my A-level, which is above their entry requirement, am I likely to be accepted?
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my school's got a tie with st George university in us and they contacted them regarding my situation.
You can't apply now. Read our responses to you above which you have kindly just ignored.

Also, applying to a university without meeting the minimal requirements will just get you rejected.

SGUL needs you to have a UCAT score. All UK med schools are competitive so why would they just consider something who missed a basic entry requirement?

It's perhaps a good thing that you missed the application deadline so you have a year to research into med application. It's not something to be done at the last minute (or after the deadline, even).

St George's University of London (SGUL) and St George's University, based in the Caribbean (SGU) are different universities.
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I didn't ignore that i actually read them all, thanks 4 the reply and I think it's my bad I thought SGU was SGUL. srry

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You can't apply now. Read our responses to you above which you have kindly just ignored.

Also, applying to a university without meeting the minimal requirements will just get you rejected.

SGUL needs you to have a UCAT score. All UK med schools are competitive so why would they just consider something who missed a basic entry requirement?

It's perhaps a good thing that you missed the application deadline so you have a year to research into med application. It's not something to be done at the last minute (or after the deadline, even).

St George's University of London (SGUL) and St George's University, based in the Caribbean (SGU) are different universities.
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