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Which uni and how far along are you in the application process?
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Hello everyone!

Which uni and how far along are you in the application process?
youngest is year 12 currently, applying for 2023 start for animal behaviour/ zoology.
Lancaster, Reading , Chester, Bangor and Lincoln.
Got to see the last 2 unis on that list yet, but Reading is looking like the fave.
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youngest is year 12 currently, applying for 2023 start for animal behaviour/ zoology.
Lancaster, Reading , Chester, Bangor and Lincoln.
Got to see the last 2 unis on that list yet, but Reading is looking like the fave.
That's great! What's the application requirement? Preparing for any tests?
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That's great! What's the application requirement? Preparing for any tests?
They range from ABB - BBC in alevels depending on the uni. Its good to have a range and not all the same grades because no-one knows how they are going to fair come jan next year onwards.
As far as I know there are no tests apart from sixth form. When eldest applied for Oxford she had to do an entrance PAT test, but no tests anywhere else, just interviews. Some unis offer interviews some dont, depending on the course.

As far as application is going, shes doing all the things needed for her personal statement. So doing a MOOC online, podcasts, hands on experience with animals at a zoo, work experience, summer residential. She will probably not send the application off until around november time
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They range from ABB - BBC in alevels depending on the uni. Its good to have a range and not all the same grades because no-one knows how they are going to fair come jan next year onwards.
As far as I know there are no tests apart from sixth form. When eldest applied for Oxford she had to do an entrance PAT test, but no tests anywhere else, just interviews. Some unis offer interviews some dont, depending on the course.

As far as application is going, shes doing all the things needed for her personal statement. So doing a MOOC online, podcasts, hands on experience with animals at a zoo, work experience, summer residential. She will probably not send the application off until around november time
Ahh okay! Lmk if you require any help with the application material or CV writing
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