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    Hi, I really need some help here cuz I'm really stuck.

    I'm going to be in year 10 when I return back to school after summer break. Personally, I would actually like to go to an American university or even transfer to an American high school system.

    But, I have been really confused about IGCSE/GCSE. At first, I thought you could go to UNI after IGCSE, turns out you can't. You have to complete IB or A-Level or Foundation, am I correct??? I don't really wanna go through this process and it wastes a lot of money...

    What I'm thinking is to go to an international school that has American system school (currently I'm also studying an international school in Malaysia) which I kinda found one in Hokkaido.

    Do you have any tips for me?? Or can I apply an uni or even a community college after IGCSE by going through TOEFL or smt?

    any help would be much appreciated

    thanks
 
 
 
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