Moving from British to Another Curriculum

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Bishalf
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So I'm done with my IGCSE's. However major problems occured that's making me unable to continue to do my A levels. With the result that I will have to take SATs and AP classes, because they are needed for the university that I want to go to. My question is that is taking the American curriculum is the "right" way? or should I try taking IB or some other type of qualifications?
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ib will probably feel more familar to you since lots of british students take it whereas sats may feel totally alien

ib is also quite commonly accommodated in entry requirements for most universities
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