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Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by teo442, Nov 11, 2018.

  1. teo442

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    I am from Greece and i am in the second class in senior high school. I am 17 years old, if i were to go to England to study in which grade would i be?And also could i enroll there in the second semester(midterm) or i would have to wait till i finish my year here?
     
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    It is not only a question of age... it is also about level. At 17 qui might prepare your A-Levels.
     
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    First of all, thanks for answering me. Well i searched a bit about it and it only says about the age What grade would you be in in England? Also i am intested in becoming a programmer so I am good with maths, physics and other similar subjects. (As for my English I do have a certificate (proficiency Michigan) )
     
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    Yep, this is what I said: at 17, you would be 6th form preparing for A-Level. However the problem is that thsi is usually a 2 years preparation so you would expect to pass your A-Level exams after 2 years of studying in England. Otherwise you need to get the equivalent degree in your country before to move to College or University in England.
     
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    Thank you for replying.It really helped me!! Sincerely thank you!
     
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