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Some questions about Oxbridge
Hey guys, I'm an incoming junior from the US. My goal is to attend Oxford university for bio, but I have a few questions. First off, for American students the requirement is 5s on 3 related aps. I've already gotten a 5 in calc bc and bio, but got a 4 in chem, so other then physics, what other courses count as related (haven't taken physics yet)? Also, for bio, which school would be easier to get into? I know that you can only apply to one, and recently I learned that cambridge had a much higher acceptance rate. I am however also going to apply to Imperial, UCL, and Edinburgh, so if you have any relevant info, please let me know12 replies
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