Pikapikachu1112
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Hi, I will be applying to UCL and other unis such as LSE for coming 2020 undergraduate courses and my application is a bit complicated.

Basically, I have completed my education by Junior high school leaving certificate in Japan, and then I moved to a British international school where I am currently studying Alevel at year 12.

I'm sure junior high school leaving certificate is not acceptable as equivalent to GCSEs, and now I'm wondering if this is going to disadvantage my application in any sense or not.

Will I be treated as equally as other international applicants with only predicted Alevels and ASlevels?

I'm likely to be predicted 5A* and 2As already achieved in AS.
I am international student btw

Thank you
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If you're an international student then they'll be very lenient as to what qualifications they'll accept; if the junior high school leaving certificate is what you have then they'll use it. You won't be disadvantaged by not having the chance to do GCSEs.

Also you might want to apply to oxbridge with those A levels, they're good enough to set your sights higher if they do the course you want
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