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So, I recently had a sort of revelation that I want to go to Harvard. I live in England And I’m in yr 13 and I know that the deadline is January 1st, in exactly a months time. Is it possible to do the application process in this time or is there possibly any way to apply at a later date?
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not really... there aren't any times left where you can take the SAT/ACT and subject tests for this application cycle, if you really want to apply to Harvard then you're going to have to take a gap year sit the admissions tests in summer/autumn next year probably post a-levels and then apply .
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Good luck with that.
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(Original post by A_25)
not really... there aren't any times left where you can take the SAT/ACT and subject tests for this application cycle, if you really want to apply to Harvard then you're going to have to take a gap year sit the admissions tests in summer/autumn next year probably post a-levels and then apply .
Does Harvard allow gap years? I wasn’t aware of this
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Good luck with that.
No need for the sarcasm. I was asking a genuine question. Don’t respond if you are not going to give a genuine answer. Troll.
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Does Harvard allow gap years? I wasn’t aware of this
You can absolutely apply post a-level results, it's similar to the UK, although you're going to want to start looking at when you can feasibly sit the entrance exams etc
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Actually, technically you can take the ACT December 14 and the SAT Subject Tests December 7. They might take the test scores after the application deadline. You can ask them.

If you apply, you should probably also apply to Yale, Princeton, etc., as people can apply to lots of schools and acceptance rates are like 5%.

You need at least 2 A*s, to do really well on the US tests, and something that looks like amazing ECs to maybe have a chance.
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