HELP! A level results AFTER application deadline (US unis)

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vyper47
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Greetings,

So along with UK and Canada, I'm applying to US unis this December. I'm taking the November 2020 international A levels (Cambridge). Results day is apparently January 9

But US university application deadline is on January 1. What should I do now? I read that keeping my application incomplete so many days after the deadline is a REALLY BAD idea. How do I send my results then?

I'm taking the usual SAT, three subject tests and TOEFL around November/December. Canada deadlines are around 2nd week of January, so not a problem. US unis are too early
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Greetings,

So along with UK and Canada, I'm applying to US unis this December. I'm taking the November 2020 international A levels (Cambridge). Results day is apparently January 9

But US university application deadline is on January 1. What should I do now? I read that keeping my application incomplete so many days after the deadline is a REALLY BAD idea. How do I send my results then?

I'm taking the usual SAT, three subject tests and TOEFL around November/December. Canada deadlines are around 2nd week of January, so not a problem. US unis are too early
Have you tried looking on the specific uni's website(s) to see what their process is for International Students. Or you could try and contact them and their admissions teams and explain your dilemma and see what they can do. Hope that helps.
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Have you tried looking on the specific uni's website(s) to see what their process is for International Students. Or you could try and contact them and their admissions teams and explain your dilemma and see what they can do. Hope that helps.
I was planning a mass mailing mission about this question. I'll stick to it then
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Yeah, that is probably the best way to tackle this issue. Emails and research. Hope you all the best for uni!
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Yeah, that is probably the best way to tackle this issue. Emails and research. Hope you all the best for uni!
Thanks very much! This forum is amazing
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