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I had an offer, missed the offer (AAC), but someone's dropped out so I get their place.
Learn to drive; earn some money; maybe do some volunteering; recreation.
I sent my UCAS form off on the 13th October, exactly a month later I was sat in the interview chair at Keele.
If you want to fork out for it, do it. How am I supposed to tell you if it'd be helpful if I've never done such a thing.
Your academic marks would probably be good (as any idiot could've deduced). I'm not sure on a mark/score, but I reckon it'd be good.
They only use the UKCAT post interview to differentiate between two evenly matched candidates. Your score is good, so...