I had a 2.1, scored 2810 in my UCAT, I can't remember my VR, I think it was around 670. An average of 655 is still possible, so fingers crossed.
The interview somehow felt both harder and easier than I was expecting. The stations weren't actually challenging, but the MMI format made it difficult. There isn't the luxury of time to pause and think a lot. If I remember correctly Warwick actually send out guidance on what they were looking for before the interview which was useful for prep. And in the interview try not to think of it as an assessment or think of the timings, just think of it as having a conversation with people around a focused topic. At WMS we are exposed to patients and pretend patients very early on, so being able to step outside of your comfort zone straight away is essential, so just think of the MMI as practice for that.