Thank you, and for what it's worth, I didn't mean to be rude. This reminded me of this webpage I found concerning astronomy grads students. Thought you might be interested. (http://jjcharfman.tumblr.com/post/33...correspondance
Fair enough. I'll use the MIT guide, write a "draft", and bring that to them. I'll definitely PM you when I get the decision results.
The school report seems like a great idea, but I don't know if I'd have enough information to put in that. It will be, at most, a one-page document. Even then, I'm not sure I'd be able to fill it all. The only useful information I can think of including is the number of subjects available to students at O-Level, and A-Level, and the various (read: few) subject combinations available.
But then, this is briefly outlined in my transcript (i.e, 3 A2 subjects, 2 AS subjects, and my year was only allowed to take X O-Levels instead of Y, for example)), and with my grades being what they are (I did take the exams in less than the usual time, depending on how one looks at it), I'm not sure if having the school's number of A-grades received for A-Levels would help me at all!
I suppose I could just omit that part, but then focus on the extracurricular opportunities available (read: close to zero), which would, I suppose, show the initiative I took with the ones I am involved in?