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A levels compared to US system???

Hello. I am an international student taking the As level exams this summer. My dream is to go to a very good uni in the US. Are the A levels seen as easy compared to the american system? And are international students disfavored?

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4 months ago

Practice digiital SATs have unis in mind already makes the process easier

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4 months ago

Yes, the majority of the US goes by letter grading. It can differ from place to place but for me its:

A+ : 100-98

A : 97-93

A- : 92-90

B+ : 89-87

B : 86-83

B- : 82-80

C+ : 79-77

C : 76-73

C- : 72-70

D+ : 69-67

D : 66-63

D- : 62-60

F : 59-0

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4 months ago[edited]

It may vary from different GPA systems, but here is one of them

A 90-100% 4.0

B 80-89% 3.0

C 70-79% 2.0

D 60-69% 1.0

F 59 and lower 0.0

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