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Studying in New Zealand after 10th Standard
Asked by: maulik
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Posted on Sat, 15 Nov 2008 14:47:32 GMT
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Hi, right now my age is 23 and I have completed only standard 10 in academic life. Due to financial problem, I couldnít study but right now my financial status is little good. So I want to go for further studies in New Zealand. How much band score in IELTS will I require? Which are the courses available like Cambridge A Level? Which other courses are available? Please let me know other courses too.

Also tell me about expenses. Thanks.
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Hello Maulik, itís good you want to study further in New Zealand but no programs are available for students having qualification equivalent to yours. 10 years of school education isnít considered by any university or college in New Zealand. Studying Cambridge A Level in New Zealand isnít a good idea until you have some family members there. Cambridge A Level is considered as a higher secondary level school so there is no way youíll be treated as a university student which makes you unable to find any part-time jobs.

I suggest you to complete you 12th grade in India and then look forward to study further in foreign countries. You have waited long; now dedicate yourself into studies for two more years. You may not like my idea but it is what I think most appropriate thing you can do.

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