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My UKCAT score - help

Discussion in 'UKCAT' started by Barbora Zelenkova, Oct 2, 2015.

  1. Barbora Zelenkova

    Barbora Zelenkova New Member

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    This is my UKCAT score:

    Verbal reasoning: 590
    Quantitative reasoning: 670
    Abstract reasoning: 740
    Decision analysis: 650
    Situational judgement: band 2

    Is it good for an international student (from the EU)? I read everywhere that the people applying to the good schools have above 700.

    I want to apply to Glasgow, Dundee and St. Andrews (I wanted KCL but was told that my score is too low).
     
  2. Martigan

    Martigan Super Moderator

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    It's going to depend on the school and strength of the rest of your application.
    I'm not current with the required scores, but it's not a bad one overall.

    You mentioned "good" schools. What do you mean? All medschools are equal when applying for junior Dr posts in the UK. The "rankings" are a load of tosh basses on irrelevant factors. It's just about where your happy, and will enjoy your 5-years.

    You can't succeed at medical school if your not happy there.

    Good luck, have fun!
     

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