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    Hello everyone, I am new to this site as well as the UCAS process. I have recently submitted my application for Trinity college Oxford for PPE. I am wondering if anyone could help me determine my chances for receiving an interview.

    IB- 41 points. ACT- 35. SAT II's, Math- 760, US history- 720, Chemistry- 710, Literature- 650. AP exams, Psychology- 5, Human Geography- 5, World History- 3, Stats- 3.

    I have taken 3 TSA practice exams and scored between 79-81.

    Thanks for your help, it is greatly appreciated.
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    I'm also an international student applying using AP, SAT Subject tests, and ACT scores.
    From what I learnt from Oxford's website, I need to know the AP requirements are three 5s on related subjects. SAT II is not of much importance if you have the necessary APs. Anyway, your ACT is amazing (I only have a 32 for myself). However, even though ACT IS a requirement, I doubt much weight will be put on your score because it's not really course-focused.
    If possible, check the reports for past TSAs and see if they say anything about the threshold for shortlisting people for interview.

    Good luck! Check and comment on my post too!
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    Either you are trolling or have not done any research yourself. Entry requirements are very easy to find and if you have already done a couple of TSAs, you would know that getting 79-81 is not only more than sufficient for an interview, but also incredibly rare, something that very few people manage to achieve, so either quit your ******** or spend 10 minutes browsing the Oxford website
 
 
 
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