I'm a Canadian student at a Canadian University right now, but I'm not very happy here. I don't really want to stay in Canada and continue on at uni here. At first, I thought that after I was done taking all the first and second year pre-requisite courses I'd transfer into McGill university in Montreal. Then I was told that it would take me an extra year or two anyway to complete the double major I'd like to do there. I'd really like to go to university in the UK though, but I don't have GCSE's and A-levels since we have a different system here. Eventually I'd really want to to get into Oxford, but would all this work be worth it? To actually go over there and study for three years (?)? The thing is, I'm 20 years old and will be 21 by the end of this year. Supposing I finish in 3 years, I'll be 22-23 by then! I really don't know what to do. I don't want to continue on here, but putting so much time and money in to doing something like going over to the UK where I know practically nobody and "starting over" is very risky... but has anyone done this before? I mean, going to the UK at 20/21 to take GCSE's & A-levels?
Sorry if I posted this in the wrong section!!