*American student* Ok, so here's the deal. I really want to go to McGill, partly because it's so cheap relative to other world-class schools, and universities in general, however, my stats as they sit may not cut it. I have a 3.58 GPA, with an upward trend favoring senior year, in which I have a 3.9. I took 12 APs & all honors, and have a 30 ACT. From what I can tell, these stats are very marginal - especially concerning GPA and ACT: the two factors McGill scrutinizes the most. Although McGill does not require the SAT subject tests for those who took the ACT, do you think they're still worth taking and getting, let's say, 700+ on two? Should I dedicate a lot of time and send these tests even though they are not required? Will it give me an edge to better secure admission? Thanks. Any help is greatly appreciated!