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TIPS AND SUGGESTIONS???

BlazingSkyBlazingSky Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I'm currently a grade 10 student and taking my IGCSEs in 2016. I am planning to apply for community college after to do a high school completion program and transfer after i get my associates and high school completion certificate.

I was wondering if Berkeley accepts students that comes from community colleges that takes high school completion program? I'm not afraid of A levels, i just thought it would be rather useless to study 8 subjects when you're only expected to take 3-4 exams for A levels when i can take community college and focus on my major.

Also, the thing holding me back is that i'm a year younger than my classmates because i skipped a grade. I know that some community colleges do not accept students who are below 16, so it would be great if you have some suggestions on which community college that offers a great math program, and also accepts students below 16 as long as they're smart enough!
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