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Hello, I am an American student from California and I have applied for the psychology course at the University of Manchester. Do I even have a chance of receiving an offer?

SAT: 1410 (1420 superscored)
Predicted GPA: 4.6
I have 3 AP scores: AP Psychology (5), AP English Lang (4), and AP US History (4).
I have 5 predicted AP scores: AP Calculus AB (5), AP English Lit (5), AP Government (5), AP Latin (4), and AP Music Theory (4).
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Hi! Can you explain how the number scoring works? I’m talking about the numbers in brackets! What’s best, what’s worst, what’s the average etc?
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(Original post by hollymarie17)
Hi! Can you explain how the number scoring works? I’m talking about the numbers in brackets! What’s best, what’s worst, what’s the average etc?
AP tests are scored from 1-5, with 5 being the best. I have often seen 544 given the equivalent of ABB.. the averages vary by test..
SAT is scored out of 1600.
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The requirements are shown on their website and if you meet those then you will probably receive an offer

https://www.bmh.manchester.ac.uk/psy...international/
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Are you really asking? You are not applying to oxbridge dude...
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