At the beginning I want to say that my situation is really unusual and I'd really appreciate any help. Sorry for spelling mistakes
I'm EU student and from 1st September I'll enter first year in Polish sixth form (which have 3 years of studying until A-levels equivalent).
In this year sat A-level Maths exam (which I self-studied when I went to equivalent of year 11) and Polish equivalents to GCSEs. After checking comparison scale for these qualifications I got grades which I wrote below.Spoiler:Show
Science (Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Geo) - 9
Maths - 8
History & Government & Politics - 9
Polish Language - 9
English Basic Level - 9
English Extended Level - 9
I've been thinking about doing next two A-level qualifications next year but I found Math A-level really overwhelming and too stressful.
I also want to add that I'm not interested in doing qualifications in my country, because for me it means next 3 years of studying. I really want get into uni for 2017.
After research I decide that doing SAT I and II will be suitable for me, but I want to apply only to UK unis. I checked Oxford's website and their entry requirements for US students are 3 SAT Subject +700 or 3 AP's and SAT Recognizing Test with score of 1470/1600.
After contacting with Oxford, King's College London and Glasgow I know that I have to do SAT II from Maths Level 2, Physics and another subject (I choose Biology).
So my questions are:
1. What are my chance to get into Oxford as EU student with US qualifications?
2. Should I do missing 2 A-levels instead of APs/SAT's?
Strangers keep coming over to pick up, help!