I am an American student and I have yet one more question. I have taken the ACT twice and got a 30 and 33 both times (that time I got a 35 in English, 31 in Math, 33 in Reading, and 31 in Science). I took the new SAT and got a 1380 (710 in Math, and 670 in CR), and I got a 5 in AP US History, a 5 in AP English Literature and Composition, a 4 in AP Psychology, and a 4 in (self studied) AP World History. I'm taking 7 more AP tests this coming May for AP Macro and Micro Economics, AP US Government, (self studying) AP Comparative Government, AP Statistics, AP English Language and Composition, and AP European History.
Is it worth it for me to apply? I'm rather disappointed in my ACT and SAT scores, but I did meet the minimum requirements for the ACT and I will definitely meet my AP requirements if I get a conditional offer. I am applying for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. I've looked at the practice TSA exams and it seems rather straightforward, and I feel I might do well at an interview. I'm already trying to perfect my personal statement and my UCAS application is mostly done.
Your help is greatly appreciated.
Even more elitist than everyone thought?