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Hi all! I was just wondering whether someone knows how getting into a Dutch university (especially University of Amsterdam) works. I have obtained a predicted GPA of 38 points and I have applied to a few uni's in Holland with that average. I have applied for political science programs. There seem to be no additional requirements other than passing your exams and having excellent English. I've researched this like hell and searched the depths of the internet and have come to wonder; Do they make me an offer based on these predicted grades (motivational letter, CV etc. in some cases) and then I will not get in only if I do not pass my exams? Meaning that I do not need to get 38 points to get in. This is what I understand from all that I have read. Especially in the case of this program and University of Amsterdam. I was wondering whether someone here from IB has been admitted to a Dutch uni? Please give me your knowledge!
I am extremely pressed for time right now as I have only only 1 day left to revise Macro and some of Micro Econ. (I am in HL) A lot of students in school seem too suggest to not revise Theory of the Firms as it tends to come up as paper 1 or paper 3 choices (so completely neglect it) and I don't need to choose to answer these choices. Would you say this is recommended?