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I've got a bit of a problem (obviously). I'm a sophomore and I was planning on taking 2 APs next year (both self- studied). I was planning on taking more in senior year since my schedule opens up ALOT and I'm not taking many classes then so I'll have much more time on my hands. However I wanted to self- study for those too. But I heard that colleges don't about self- studied APs from senior year.
In junior year my schedule's pretty clogged up (my school makes us take those classes in junior year). My school doesn't offer any APs which I want to take. I really want to take something that interests me and not something just for college (or I would probably do badly anyways).
Is there anyway I could let the college know what grades I predict to get a conditional offer or something like that?
Also, does anyone know how to enter predicted grades if you fill the form out for UCAS personally? Will putting pending hurt my chances? (Ignore this paragraph if you don't know the British system).