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Changing from IB to A levels or transferring

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    I just finished my first year in IB, but unfortunately can't stay at the same school and had to withdraw documents.

    My subjects and predicted grades are:

    English HL - 7
    Computer Sc HL - 5
    Philosophy HL - 6
    Math Studies - 7
    Russian - 7
    Classics - 6

    I really need to find a new school asap and I'm ready to do both IB or A levels. Retaking the year is not an option, as my parents won't afford it. (I'm an international student)

    How realistic is that and if you know any schools, sites, information, etc, it would be really helpful.

    I can catch app with anything very fast - my main problem is getting accepted in the middle of the 6th form
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