I'm currently in sixth form and I'm awaiting my AS results. I'm not even completely sure about how good the'll be, but I'm not expecting anything better than ABB. I've been considering going to study in the US because, from what I've read, it seems like it suits me better than the UK.
1) I take mostly mathematics-oriented subjects. In the UK, that would make it more difficult to study in another field (e.g. history). Is this the same with the US? Will I have to major in that area or will I get to choose whatever I like?
2) I don't take many extra curricular activities, but I don't want to apply for any Ivies. Would my lack of extra curricular activities hinder my application for any university?
3) Is it even worth it to study in the US if I'm not going to their best schools? I'm not expecting anything better than ABB but I think that I can get 30+ in the ACT after some diagnosis. Would it be worth it?
A few questions about US Universities
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