I Basically applied to Manchester, Edinburgh, Bath and Oxford to study Chemical Engineering for Undergraduate level. Here's my case:I took A-Levels, but completely messed up. My grades were:"A" Chemistry. "B" Biology, "D" Mathematicsfor their corresponding AS Levels, it was:"A" Chemistry, "A" Biology, "C" MathematicsI also took 6 IGCSE subjects, and have an A* in all of them.BUT I also took American exams-qualifications, with MUCH better scores.SAT II Chemistry: 800/800SAT II Maths Level 1: 720/800AP Calculus BC [Maths]: 5 - Equivalent to A in A-LevelAP Psychology - 4 - Equivalent to B in A-LevelACT: 32/36 - Equivalent to 2120/2400 on the SATMy question is, do I stand a chance because my American test scores are good but I messed up BIG TIME in my AL Maths? Do you think they would still consider my application? P.S: Oxford explicitly states that they accept candidates with a minimum ACT score of 32, for Manchester and Bath it's 27 minimum, and for Edinburgh 28. Would they at least offer a conditional offer? The D killed my A-Levels b
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- 03-07-2016 11:56
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- 05-07-2016 13:10
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