The Student Room Group

KCL/QMUL dentistry

I really want to study dentistry at KCL or QMUL (as I can't afford to move out) and I am elegible for the Enhanced Support Dentistry Programme BDS and I need AAB but I doubt I will even get a AAB - does anyone know if KCL or QMUL will accept a level resits for this programme. Or any foundation years I could apply for to get into dentistry. Also my GCSE grades are pretty decent I think, I achieved 987766666. Another route I was considering thinking was studying biomedical science first and then dentistry but it'll be a total of like 7 years of university and I don't know if it'll be worth it, could someone help me.
Hi KCL accepts resits, but non resit applications are more competitive. QMUL only accepts resits with extenuating circumstances.

I’m sorry to be harsh but I don’t think your GCSE grades are strong enough, KCL place a fairly heavy waiting on GCSE’s and most of your competition will have straight 9s. Not entirely sure about QMUL but again, your competition will most likely have much stronger grades. There’s also no point applying to either if ur predicted grades aren’t A*AA minimum because you will be rejected almost automatically.
Original post by charl288383
Hi KCL accepts resits, but non resit applications are more competitive. QMUL only accepts resits with extenuating circumstances.
I’m sorry to be harsh but I don’t think your GCSE grades are strong enough, KCL place a fairly heavy waiting on GCSE’s and most of your competition will have straight 9s. Not entirely sure about QMUL but again, your competition will most likely have much stronger grades. There’s also no point applying to either if ur predicted grades aren’t A*AA minimum because you will be rejected almost automatically.
Even if i’m elegible for a contextual offer or apply for the EDSP?
Original post by charlotteannali
Even if i’m elegible for a contextual offer or apply for the EDSP?

yeah. qmul will only reduce ur a*aa requirement to aaa. that’s only after the interview though, you still need a*aa minimum to apply.

kings esdp you need AAB both predicted and achieved and that’s the lowest they will offer you. GCSE grades still need to be competitive, which unfortunately yours aren’t.

Only applying to QMUL and kings esdp is very risky, with QMUL only having 60ish spaces and kings esdp having 10-20
Original post by charl288383
yeah. qmul will only reduce ur a*aa requirement to aaa. that’s only after the interview though, you still need a*aa minimum to apply.
kings esdp you need AAB both predicted and achieved and that’s the lowest they will offer you. GCSE grades still need to be competitive, which unfortunately yours aren’t.
Only applying to QMUL and kings esdp is very risky, with QMUL only having 60ish spaces and kings esdp having 10-20
Oh okk thank you so muchhh, what about foundation programmes? sorry im asking too many questions😭

Quick Reply

Latest

Trending

Trending