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Is it true that nottingham, keele and kent and medway medical schools dont look at your a level predicted grades? Thanks.
Hey guys, is it true that liverpool medical university dont look at predicted a levels at all? Thanks.
Original post by Hamza Nabeel
Is it true that nottingham, keele and kent and medway medical schools dont look at your a level predicted grades? Thanks.

I could only be bothered to check the first but Notts tell you right there on their Medicine page.

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/ugstudy/course/Medicine-BMedSci+and+BMBS#requirements

We do not use predicted A level grades and do not score A levels, AS levels, or equivalent as part of our selection process. However, any offers made will be conditional on meeting the A level requirements.”
Original post by xivst
I believe they only look at it just to make sure you have got the required minimum predicted/achieved grades.
I don't think it is used in the selection process at all

is the minimum still A A A though?
does aston medical university use predicted grades?
(edited 2 years ago)
Hi guys, can I please ask, is it true that this university doesnt use predicted grades whatsoever? So even if I got C C C it wouldn't matter then? Thanks alot!
Hi guys, can I please ask, is it true that this university doesnt use predicted grades whatsoever? So even if I got C C C it wouldn't matter then? Thanks alot!
Kent and Medway medical school say on their website that they do not look at predicted grades, they only look at ucat and gcses. Im trying to find other unis that do the same, any that you guys know?

Asking because while i have good gcses and a good ucat score, my predicted grades are below AAA.
It's past the October deadline, you have time to raise your predicted grades to AAA
Original post by Hamza Nabeel
Hi guys, can I please ask, is it true that this university doesnt use predicted grades whatsoever? So even if I got C C C it wouldn't matter then? Thanks alot!

You will still need to meet their conditional offer
Im pretty confident I can get A A A in the actual A levels. So does this mean I can still apply even though I have low predicted grades? Thanks
Original post by hungrysalamander
You will still need to meet their conditional offer

This just means that I have to get A A A in the actual a levels right? So I can still apply with bad predicted grades?
Original post by Hamza Nabeel
Im pretty confident I can get A A A in the actual A levels. So does this mean I can still apply even though I have low predicted grades? Thanks

You can't apply now
Original post by Hamza Nabeel
This just means that I have to get A A A in the actual a levels right? So I can still apply with bad predicted grades?

Why don't you channel your energy into raising your year 12 grades instead?
Are you trying to apply this year or next year?
Original post by Hamza Nabeel
This just means that I have to get A A A in the actual a levels right? So I can still apply with bad predicted grades?

Hey Hamza what did you decide to do in the end because I'm in the same situation right now 😅

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