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5 months ago
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hey guys , my school does not offer ap , honors or ib program . what to do ?

I am an international student from india and my school does not offer ap,ib or honors program what should i do ?

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5 months ago

Hey, as an international student you will not need any of the above, the requirements are different for international students. Generally, they ask you for your high school transcripts, which are your board exams. They require you to get a specific percentage. To check the percentage, go to the university's website and click on international, then find India and then check out the requirements.

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5 months ago

same! so i self study four AP classes this year! maybe you should do too! but college will understand your situation. just remember to make full use of all the resources you have.

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🎤5 months ago

are you giving ap this year ?

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5 months ago

? no i will take them in June!

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5 months ago

You should just take the hardest classes that your school has available. A lot of schools know whether or not your school offers these AP or IB classes. If your school doesn't offer them they don't look at them. Just focus on getting good grades and if you can do extracurriculars because I know not all international schools do extracurriculars, get involved in the extracurriculars. If you're really desperate for AP credits I'm pretty sure you can pay for the AP test and take the AP test. But I will say I don't know what your financial background is AP test especially international AP test due cost a little bit of money. But I wouldn't recommend it because if you do get bad grades on them it won't look good on you.

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