Hello. I'm an American high school student who happens to be home schooled (and no, I am not a genius. Nor am I planning to have twenty children). I've managed to get mostly A's throughout my high school years, with occasional B's (mostly in maths and science courses). I really hate to post these, but...
Critical Reading: 800
SAT Subject Tests
World History 680
I've not taken any other tests.
I will be taking a gap year next year in South America, where I will be working with children (education and basic childcare) and helping out with various chores. The host family is bilingual, so I won't get away with speaking only English. While I'm away, I'm going to write for a newspaper and hone my writing abilities, and probably run a blog.
If I studied at Glasgow, I'd be taking English, maybe dabbling in some Journalism (depends how my year away goes; maybe I'll change my mind and just do journalism).
But as an American taking a gap year, should I even consider applying? I know full well that my abilities are quite lopsided (low math scores; higher linguistic scores).
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