So LSE states that an A*A*A in ap exam grades is getting a score of 5 in 5 AP tests and one of these tests have to be AP Calculus BC.
I'm working on getting these 5s but I'm not sure that if I chose the correct AP exams to be competitive at LSE.
I got 5s in AP Biology and AP Psychology last year and this year I'm taking:
AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science Principles
I'm hoping for a 5 in AP Calculus BC and a 5 in two other tests but I'm wondering if I should take other better AP exams. Should I take AP US Government and Politics?
Also, does gpa really matter? My school only counts gpa as out of 5 or weighted gpa as they say. My gpa is currently 4.1 but I don't know what my unweighted gpa which is out of 3 rn. I think it may be a 3.7 because I got 3 Bs throughout highschool, is that good enough?