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Can i skip junior ans senior year if i start college in the UK?

im 17 and doing homeschooling. I want a career in movie making and maybe even a little acting but the U.S makes us go through two extra years of high school that are just teaching you things you dont HAVE to know. (FYI im not one of those people who thinks i dont need an education to make it in life) so i was wondering if anyone knew if i could just skip junior and senior year and go to college in the U.K because i heard they only have two years of high school.

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I wouldn't recommend this but honestly if you drop out and get and GED you could go to a community college for 2 yrs then transfer to a good university if you hold a 3.0 or higher GPA and get your bachelors there. Employers only look at highest schooling achieved. They will overlook the GED if you have a bachelors degree or higher from a respectable university.

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i really rather have a high school diploma do you know of anything esle i could in which i got a high school diploma ?
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Depends on how many credits u have and how far ahead the curiculim is there

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Do they call 9 & 10 grades something else?

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We'll if you live in the u.s. and you want to go to high school in the u.k. that would mean
You would have to drive to the u.k. From the u.s. to go to high school.

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I did. But I skipped those grades and graduated early. I got my college education started early.

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how did you skip?
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I had the credits to skip. Apparently, quite a few of the classes I took in junior high and even on in elementary had high school credits attached to them...
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