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  1. Hi, I am collecting data for my maths studies IA and would be grateful if you could do complete it, here. Thanks!
  2. If I am not mistaken, everything from your four years of high school. You should also note, however, that universities in the U.S. also look at extracurriculars and standardised test grades, in contrast to other places, such as the U.K.
  3. Ah, but then the questions asked could be different, and thus affect the reliability of the data. I would recommend that you add another field to find which IQ test site was used
  4. Have you seen this? Any idea if its accepted for all universities? You would need to check with your university, as it is up to them to decide whether or not they are willing to accept English A as an equivalent to IELTS.
  5. John Clarke Inhaled More Sulphur. B B B B B
  6. Lol. No, this weekend is all studying. NP likes (association) football.
  7. May I ask why? I've read that entry requirements are lower for international students (at least in the UK, Canada, and Australia) as tuition is more - or something like that? Would really appreciate some clarification Thanks The requirements might be a tad lower (though I don't think any uni will say it out loud ), but in the case of the top universities, I wouldn't say that's really the case, as there are loads of very highly qualified candidates they can choose from, and some universities have quotas for the number of international students they can admit e.g. in the UK for medicine, so competition gets fierce. And universities don't want to lower the overall standard of the university either, it's not worth the extra money from the tuition fees for them. In the case of the US, it's probably to do with the fact that a lot of internationals are hoping for scholarships, which makes admission even more competitive, as the number of scholarships is limited (unless the university is need-blind, but they're few and far between). Ah, I see. Thank you!
  8. May I ask why? I've read that entry requirements are lower for international students (at least in the UK, Canada, and Australia) as tuition is more - or something like that? Would really appreciate some clarification Thanks
  9. For Biology, very helpful for revision, but not enough to get you a 7 - in my opinion. If relying solely on books, you should probably also consider the course companion - however, there are also other options available; from IBID, Hodder, and Cambridge University Press (however, I do not recommend the Cambridge textbook for the new syllabus - you should checkout the revision guide though (available as a free preview on Google books)). It is enough to get you a 7. It essentially just saves me from making notes as it already in condensed note form and notice the boxes in the pages for each topic, they look like flash cards. It is based on the Course Companion and one is supposed to use them both in accordance with each other, hence why one is a study guide for revision and the other is for more detailed information. The study guide is not to be used a sole resource, and I love being able to use it to revise. It is not enough to get you a 7. As previously mentioned, if you already know the content, but are just going through it, yes, it can get you a 7. But, without additional resources (as you mentioned), it is not enough to get you a 7 (which means, as I just mentioned, it is not enough to get you a 7).
  10. For Biology, very helpful for revision, but not enough to get you a 7 - in my opinion. If relying solely on books, you should probably also consider the course companion - however, there are also other options available; from IBID, Hodder, and Cambridge University Press (however, I do not recommend the Cambridge textbook for the new syllabus - you should checkout the revision guide though (available as a free preview on Google books)).
  11. He is great, helped me a lot for my last test. I also recommend videos from Dan Rott. As for chemistry, I recommend videos from Richard Thornley. Good luck!
  12. Harvard. Pearson Spector Litt doesn't accept Yale graduates Would you rather spend the rest of your life in solitary confinement (assuming that your life expectancy is 85-95 years), or die instantly?
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