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What are my chances to get into Oxford?

NeoAnderson23NeoAnderson23 8 replies6 threads New Member
I applied to Magdalen College for Mathematics (G100) at the University of Oxford in October.
I received skype interview invites from Magdalen and St.Peter's last week. I gave 1 interview with Magdalen and 2 with St.Peter's. The former went pretty well except I made few silly mistakes with the questions given, and with the latter, in one interview i struggled to solve a very simple question and in the second interview, I did pretty well.
I am an indian citizen doing the IBDP (HL Math,Physics,Chemistry,Economics). I got the highest possible cumulative GPA in 9th and 10th grade.
I got 39/42 in 11th grade finals and probably have a predicted score of 41/42 out of 45.
I gave the MAT on 30 October this year and I'm expecting 70+ out of 100.
What are my chances to get accepted to Oxford?
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  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 8376 replies91 threads Senior Member
    There is absolutely nobody on CC who can tell you that. Sorry! you just have to wait for January...
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  • Oxford1997Oxford1997 2 replies0 threads New Member
    Statistically speaking, if you got 70+ on the MAT then you have around a 65% chance of getting in during a typical year. But it is hard to assess your own performance on the MAT, and the boundary fluctuates year by year. Good luck!
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