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Uni application

I am in Year 12 rn and I have got GCSE grade with the following:

biology - 9
chemistry - 9
physics - 9
maths - 9
sociology - 8
re - 8
English lang - 7
English Lit - 7
Furthermaths - 7
PE - 6
I-media - level 2 pass

If I am predicted A*A*A* for A-Level Biology, Chemistry, Maths

What are the best options for me in University?

How much is an EPQ valued when it comes uni application as I know KCL does not take EPQ into consideration.

What is the minimum UCAT score I need to get into imperial, KCL, or UCL.

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We don’t know what UCAT score will be required for ICL and UCL as this is the first year that they are using the UCAT.

It is likely that you would need a score of at least 2900-2950 for both to get an interview.

For KCL I’m not totally sure as they also use GCSEs in scoring and other stuff but I think you need around 2800/2850+ and good GCSEs (of which you have) to get an interview

You could realistically apply to any medical school and get an interview but that depends on you getting an amazing UCAT score (2900-2950+)
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Original post by lanky_giraffe
We don’t know what UCAT score will be required for ICL and UCL as this is the first year that they are using the UCAT.
It is likely that you would need a score of at least 2900-2950 for both to get an interview.
For KCL I’m not totally sure as they also use GCSEs in scoring and other stuff but I think you need around 2800/2850+ and good GCSEs (of which you have) to get an interview
You could realistically apply to any medical school and get an interview but that depends on you getting an amazing UCAT score (2900-2950+)
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It is difficult for anybod6 to give accurate advice without your UCAT/SJT unfortunately.

One you have it, put all your details in the which med school Uberthread in the medicine forum (in the format set out in the first post in the thread) and somebody should be able to give you a steer on the best strategic options for you once you have that information.

Generally speaking, for all med schools the higher the UCAT score the better.

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