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Should I send my ranking at a non-ranking school?

AbdelHadyAbdelHady Registered User Posts: 93 Junior Member
Hi. I'm an international student attending a very selective high school, which is officially non-ranking. However, we get notified about our rankings. I believe that my ranking will add to my application (16th out of 150 in G10, and 2nd in G11). I believe I can get an official attestation of my ranking from my school (sealed). Should I send it or will this be a problem since on my school profile it's non-ranking?

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