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    My Ucas application isn't going great as I've been rejected 4 times (without any interviews too) due to bad performances in my entry exam. Is it too late to apply to America? Is it advisable with all the exams I have?

    I've been predicted A*A*AA in maths, biology, further maths and chemistry respectively. I also have 4A* And 7A at gcse
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    My Ucas application isn't going great as I've been rejected 4 times (without any interviews too) due to bad performances in my entry exam. Is it too late to apply to America? Is it advisable with all the exams I have?

    I've been predicted A*A*AA in maths, biology, further maths and chemistry respectively. I also have 4A* And 7A at gcse
    Where have you applied and for what course? Which entry exam has gone badly?

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    If you apply for America, you do still have time but it is likely pushing it with deadlines creeping up for most Unis there and rolling admissions. Be aware of the cost of American Unis compared to the UK and that it will take four--not three--years, minimum, to achieve an undergraduate degree!
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