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How can I report all my senior year APs to Cambridge

lucko4576lucko4576 0 replies4 threads New Member
I am applying to Cambridge this year and currently have 4 5s (Comp sci A, Calc AB, Physics C, and statistics) as well as a few other 4s and one 3. I know that you can include predicted AP scores in your reference, but I am taking 5 AP exams in my senior year. I would like to get my teachers to predict my AP scores and have them report to Cambridge. Would I be able to send in all of my predicted scores or just one? Additionally, does my reference have to be one of the teachers to send in my predicted AP scores?

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  • Twoin18Twoin18 2285 replies21 threads Senior Member
    edited September 27
    Predictions *must* be given for all APs. They should be all 5s (any credible UK applicant will be predicted As and A*s). If you get a conditional offer then they can pick and choose and may specify specific subjects (certainly Calc BC if you are applying for STEM) and perhaps more than one additional 5 depending on what you are taking/what you are applying for. A “few other” 4s is a bit worrying, hopefully those are not directly relevant subjects.

    And the reference has to come from a teacher, preferably in a closely related subject to what you are applying for. It has to be written in UCAS format. Don’t send a standard US reference. It’s a lot of extra work for a teacher if they don’t know the format.
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  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 8289 replies87 threads Senior Member
    What @Twoin18 said.

    Your referred must list all the APs you are scheduled to take and predict a grade for each of them

    Info for you referee on writing a UK LoR can be found here: https://www.ucas.com/advisers/references/how-write-ucas-undergraduate-references

    Be sure you read it first, and make sure that you have relevant info bullet-pointed for her/him. Your best choice is the teacher of the subject that you are applying to study.

    Any offer you get will be based on 5 APs, which can be any combination of the achieved and predicted scores.
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