Hi all. I've already sent the UCAS application. However, now at the moment, I'm wondering what are the chances of me getting into the universities I applied to.
First of all I applied to chemical engineering & biotechnology in Cambridge, chemical engineering for Imperial, UCL, Edinburgh, and Manchester.
The predicted grade sent to these schools is 44.
Physics HL - 7, Chemistry HL - 7, Mathematics AA - HL, Economics SL - 7, Korean Lit SL - 7, English A Literature&Language SL - 6, EE (Physics) - A, TOK - B.
My IGCSE grades aren't that great as our school turned into non-exam route due to COVID and the exam boards were being strict (I think). The grade in bracket was the expected grade from my school
Cambridge - Mathematics - A* (A*), Additional Mathematics - A (A*), Computer Science - A (A*), English Language - B (A), English Literature - B (A), Business Studies - B (A)
Edexcel - Physics - 8 (9), Chemistry - 9 (9), Biology - 9 (9), Economics - 8 (9).
I participated in several UKMT IMC and SMC receiving all gold some with few marks and attended Hamilton - Merit, Maclaurin - Distinction, BMO Round 1 - Merit.
I also participated in UKChO in y11 received, y12 received silver and attended BPhO Round 1 and received Bronze I.
In school, I was the deputy head boy, created a UKMT society and led the science society as a leader.
What do you guys think my chance of getting an offer from the universities I applied are? Also, is IGCSE grades really important compared to rest of the components (personal statement, predicted grade, NSAA)?