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My family will be moving to England from Scotland this year and I dont know what year I will go into or what qualifications I will do.
I have an October 2004 birthday so have finished s4 and my Nat5s. Next year I am ment to start S5 and my highers.
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I would imagine you’d do A levels? I’ve never been in this situation but it seems like that would make the most sense.
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(Original post by kmcc_x)
My family will be moving to England from Scotland this year and I dont know what year I will go into or what qualifications I will do.
I have an October 2004 birthday so have finished s4 and my Nat5s. Next year I am ment to start S5 and my highers.
A levels in Year 12 would be the next logical step

They're 2 year long courses (so exams at the end of Year 13 (S6)), and usually people do 3 (sometimes 4, but you only need 3 for uni) subjects. There are more exams at the end of the course (while we've got one per subject - albeit sometimes with a break in between 2 papers - you have several exams on different days for A levels). There's also several exam boards in England, so definitely make sure you figure out which exam board specifications you need before you start doing any work!

Hope this helps
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