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Should I do apply for both at one uni because I really want to go to Aberdeen but I’m worried that i will get rejected from MChem and not be able to go to Aberdeen so should I apply for both bsc and MChem? Please help
Original post by LaurenPeckover12
Should I do apply for both at one uni because I really want to go to Aberdeen but I’m worried that i will get rejected from MChem and not be able to go to Aberdeen so should I apply for both bsc and MChem? Please help
Hi, this is the University of Aberdeen rep account. Apologies for the delay in replying to you and thank you for your interest in studying with us! So usually it would be recommended that you don't apply to multiple courses at the same university, particularly if they are the same type of degree (a BSc for instance). However because these are two different qualifications asking for different entry requirements the applications will be assessed differently. I would still say to consider if there are any other universities you want to spread your choices over, but if you are set on Aberdeen then yes you can apply to both of those courses.
It's also worth mentioning that there's always the option of Clearing (when universities open themselves up after results day in August for applications to fill any spots they have in their courses) so if you did decide to just use one of your slots on our university then you may have a chance to get onto the BSc this way.

I hope that makes sense but get that things can be a little unclear over text, so if you'd like any clarification at all just let me know. I hope this is helpful!

- Matthew, Enquiry Team

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