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my chances and safety required

dexter1dexter1 Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
edited July 2009 in International Students
i plan to do chemical engineering
have an ib predicted of about 38/42
sat 1- math -710...writing...650..cr...590
will give sat 2'a in phy..chem and math2
do competitive go-karting at national level..and have accolades in debatin..drama...
can someone also pls suggest me a safety...am a uwc student


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Replies to: my chances and safety required

  • portugueseninjaportugueseninja Registered User Posts: 1,703 Senior Member
    Do you need financial aid?
  • portugueseninjaportugueseninja Registered User Posts: 1,703 Senior Member
    And also, what is UWC?
  • ccprofileccprofile Registered User Posts: 1,784 Senior Member
    Does the UWC there stand for United World College?
  • dexter1dexter1 Registered User Posts: 18 New Member
    yes it stands for united world college..well i don't need financial aid as such....
  • happymomof1happymomof1 Registered User Posts: 24,425 Senior Member
    If you do not need any financial aid at all, your chances of admission will be roughly similar to that of a US student with your statistics. If you need any financial aid (even partial aid) your chances of admission will be much lower than those of a US student with your statistics. You need to sit down with whoever it is who is going to pay for your studies and find out just exactly how much money will be available. Then you will know which place(s) you can actually apply to.
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