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  1. can someone please help me? this project is due tomorrow for me and im having lots of problems. first of all, in the graphs; how do i use the years? 1932,1936,1948 or 4,8,12? it seems like if i use 1932 for x-axis and 197 for y-axis, the linear equation is very hard to fit since 197 is too far away from 0 on y-axis and 1932 is too far away on x-axis so the y-intercept doesn't really make a difference. also, what type of functions fits the best? i know its not sine and cos, do you think its logarithmic or logistic? we have never done logarithmic or logistic graphs in class so i have no clue ho
  2. For Business: Aston University Warwick LSE University of Manchester University of Exeter Loughborough University
  3. Does UCAS require your high school transcript? Or only the predicted grades? Also, are there better chances of getting an offer if you apply soon? Like in first week of November (regular decision) and is the school able to predict grades at this point considering its only midway through IB?
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    The UCAS Thread

    Thanks. Would you say UCL and Manchester are highly selective for business majors?
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    The UCAS Thread

    I took my math igcse in June 2011 and got a B. I wasn't happy with it so I took it again in November 2011 but got a C this time. When I enter my igcse grades in the university application, which grade am I supposed to mention? Another question I had, how much do I have to pay for applying to 5 universities? Is the price same as applying to 2 universities?
  6. yeah its ok, though less selective compared to other universities such as USC, NYU, BU, or Northwestern. Glad you got in Which other unis did you get the offer from?
  7. I'm gonna be applying this fall to all my selected colleges. But the problem is I don't know which colleges to apply to. I have been told I should apply to 9 of them: 3 safeties, 3 reaches and 3 matches. But won't that be too much money for applications alone? I did my SAT in the spring of my junior year and got 1460 (really bad I know but I didn't sleep much the last night and hardly studied, was busy with school assessments) I'm studying my ass off for SAT right now and I think I might score around 1800 this time. I don't live in USA, so I don't know my GPA but I'm doing IB and these are t
  8. Books. Princeton Review Cracking the SAT The official SAT study guide by Collegeboard Barron's SAT 2400 The Perfect Score Direct Hits Core Vocabulary of the SAT 4th Edition Barron also has some flashcards
  9. There's this tumblr blog called Life of a NYU student. It's VERY helpful.
  10. No, DON'T attach your whole EE, it is highly recommended that you don't show your EE to any official before your IB official scores are released. I was also thinking of doing the same but my teachers told me I COULD attach an excerpt from it. Oh and extracurricular activities count alot for your USA applications so I really recommend you do a lot of them The junior year and the first term of senior year count a lot so if you didn't do so good in your junior year, it might be a little risky.
  11. hey, No, not every university requires SAT II but the most selective and well-known ones do. The subject that you choose to take the SAT II in depends on what you want to study in university. For instance if you want to study business you'd probably take Math level 1 and maybe one of the languages? Math Level 1 is like Math SL. I had the same dilemma when I was deciding whether to take level 1 or level 2. Most majors require Math level 1 except a few such as engineering, physics or chemistry. I have no idea how the World History test, sorry! But I hope I helped, any questions ask me I will
  12. The following reply is specifically with concern to economics. DO NOT bother applying to these universities if you don't take HL Math: 1) LSE 2) Oxford 3) Cambridge 4) UCL Warwick will be a little tricky not having HL Math, but I believe they still consider you with a predicted 7 in SL Math. The next tier of universities such as Durham, Bristol, Nottingham etc would accept you with a high score (6/7) in SL Math for Economics. I know someone who did Math SL and wasn't even that bright but he still got into LSE. 1. This thread is from July 2011 so please do not post at outdated topics. 2. It d
  13. The following reply is specifically with concern to economics. DO NOT bother applying to these universities if you don't take HL Math: 1) LSE 2) Oxford 3) Cambridge 4) UCL Warwick will be a little tricky not having HL Math, but I believe they still consider you with a predicted 7 in SL Math. The next tier of universities such as Durham, Bristol, Nottingham etc would accept you with a high score (6/7) in SL Math for Economics. I know someone who did Math SL and wasn't even that bright but he still got into LSE.
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