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Hey everyone,

I’ll be appearing for my IGCSE exams this May-June and finally complete Year 11 soon.
However, I’ll be moving to another country after my IGCSE.The school over there told me that I’ll have to re-do year 11 and I can’t take admission for year 12 because apparently 11&12 come in a “package” and I can’t just do Year 12 although I’ll soon be done with Year 11?!?

The school that I’ll be going to did their IGCSE in year 10 whereas the school I’m studying in rn are doing it in Year 11.

I really don’t want to repeat a year and get into all that mess so maybe I was hoping I could directly get into a university after my IGCSE? Is that possible or do I have to do Year 12? ((I want to take medicine for university))

Any advice will be highly appreciated.
Waiting for your response as soon as possible.
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