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    I am an overseas student. But I don't know when I should leave and study in UK. Should I leave after grade 11 or after grade 12... If I leave after grade 12, I need to attend the DSE in Hong Kong apply directly to university. But I don't have any idea about A-level.. So should I leave after grade11? I know that there's some courses for overseas students, which they can master A-level in one year time..

    So does anyone know which way is easier for overseas student?
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    Assuming you are in grade 11 and you are looking for a uni overseas,
    all I can say is most/all unis (and schools/colleges) can use your grade system to see if you fit their requirements so you don't need to do A-levels. So you can leave after grade 12

    If you really want to do A levels you can always find a school in your country that has the A-level system
    or transfer to UK and start in the right year (lets just say there's a chance you might not end up in your age group)

    I would suggest just stay with your system
 
 
 

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