Graduating highschool in -: 2027
GPA-: 3.6(4.0 weight scale)
I'm no expert in this but as far as I am aware, US colleges tend to look at international students' school systems differently to that of US applicants. If your school or country does not provide APs for instance, I'm quite sure that they will take that into account and not try to find equivalents between the US system and your system, but instead observe how you have done given the academic opportunities provided to you.
I couldn't find much on Harvard's website, but from what I've seen, generally US colleges respond to the issue like this:
"We know that not all high schools offer the chance to take all these recommended classes, and we take this into consideration when reviewing your application. So, what you take should be based on your interests and aptitudes. That is, you should focus on taking the most challenging courses available to you in the areas that most interest you." (-taken from MIT's 'What do to in High School' https://mitadmissions.org/apply/prepare/highschool/)
It is possible, since colleges take context to account and only expect you to take the most rigorous classes available to you. For example, if honors classes are the most rigorous ones you can take, then you should take those. CollegeVine's chancing engine will give you the best estimate of your chances for Harvard. Hope this helps!
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