At OISE Newbury Hall I study GCSE course: at the 6th grade, my parents and I decided to enter English university. We addressed Smapse: Papa's colleague had already sent his son to an English school abroad. In fact, the contact with the consultants was already from the first meeting: they listened us carefully, offered to take tests in English and the general level in subjects. They picked a wide range of schools. We stopped at OISE Newbury Hall: I liked students' reviews, prices and rankings, and I liked the photos, green, quiet and cozy, and I'm not a fan of huge megacities.
GCSE - preparation for the high school. That is, to enter the university, you need to finish 6th form, and in order to learn well on 6th form, you need to study GCSE for a couple of years. I believe that we did everything right, thanks Smapse for consultations and tips: I've always learned well, but for a couple of years here I will get used to local requirements and learning features. So far (I finish only the first year GCSE ) there are some difficulties: the terms in physics, biology and chemistry are especially difficult - Latin is everywhere. Mathematics here is very simple. English is also normal, but I go to additional courses for foreign students (English as a second language) - it helps a lot. And in principle, when you constantly speak English, immerse yourself in the environment - learns everything much faster and easier.
I hope that in a couple of years I will be able to write a review about my studies at the English university!