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No AP classes offered at school

TaraLoveTaraLove Posts: 45Registered User Junior Member
edited November 2012 in College Admissions
I attend a tiny school (class size = 18) in South Korea that does not offer any AP/IB/honors courses. All the students in a grade take the same classes. It seems like the vast majority of students here have taken AP tests. Will the fact that I didn't take AP tests hurt my chances of admission?

P.S. I applied ED to Cornell University's College of Human Ecology
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