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FlamingFlamingo
03-04-2015, 08:39 PM
Hello,
As the title states, I was wondering if the US schools would look at A levels when assessing a student. I understand that SATs is a must, but how important are A level results? Is it possible to refuse disclosure in the application process?
Would the SATs remain the primary judging criteria?

Thank you

patryn33
03-04-2015, 11:34 PM
Hello,
As the title states, I was wondering if the US schools would look at A levels when assessing a student. I understand that SATs is a must, but how important are A level results? Is it possible to refuse disclosure in the application process?
Would the SATs remain the primary judging criteria?

Thank you

depends on Uni you applying to, if U aiming for Ivies and Uni such as Umich or UT Austin. its important. SAT is not the primary way of determine if U are in or out.

U can certainly refuse disclosure, they can also refuse admission.

I thought u going for law since U are accepted into their program back in 2013.
http://forum.brightsparks.com.sg/showthread.php?p=104864#post104864

FlamingFlamingo
03-05-2015, 01:21 AM
You're observant!
I posted the question on behalf of a friend, since I am clueless as to the application process to the USA.
And yes, a quick update, I am in one of the de-listed universities :(
Everyone one of the school I applied to was de-listed anyway