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Can I study A levels independently as an international student? Because I want to apply to university in UK, but they don't accept my country's qualifications. How should I study them? Give some tips please 😇
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I'm doing that now
Of course you can ! You should have an intention to do.
What subjects you will choose ?
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I'm doing that now
Of course you can ! You should have an intention to do.
What subjects you will choose ?
Business studies, Economics and Maths. How are you studying, I mean do you have any tips? By the way I'm not in UK, so I have also my high school exams, but I REALLY want to study A levels
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why do you want to do your a level?
I advise you to focus on your high school exams first and then think about the a levels.
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why do you want to do your a level?
I advise you to focus on your high school exams first and then think about the a levels.
The problem is that my high school exams qualifications aren't suitable for university in UK, so I have to take a levels in order to apply to undergraduate courses
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The problem is that my high school exams qualifications aren't suitable for university in UK, so I have to take a levels in order to apply to undergraduate courses
Where do you live ?
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Where do you live ?
IN Kazakhstan
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IN Kazakhstan
Did you do your GCSE ?
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What you need to know is that you can't study for your exams and a levels together
You can start this September and take the a level exams June 2018
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Did you do your GCSE ?
Unfortunately not, but I have the exams in school which are like IGCSE but we don't get the certificate
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What you need to know is that you can't study for your exams and a levels together
You can start this September and take the a level exams June 2018
Yes, I think of doing this
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Another thing is that you can send your high school certificate to Uk naric and they will tell you what is your certificate equivalent to
Whether it is equivalent to the GCSEs
I will start studying for my a levels next month
Good luck 😃
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Another thing is that you can send your high school certificate to Uk naric and they will tell you what is your certificate equivalent to
Whether it is equivalent to the GCSEs
I will start studying for my a levels next month
Good luck 😃
Thank you so much. Good luck with your A level 🦄
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Hey, you're from NIS, right?
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