I am a foreign student currently studying in a secondary school here, taking the GSCE O level next year. After O level, I have been wondering where to go next and have in mind to take IB (International Baccalaureate) in ACS(I).
However, a check of the ACS(I) website does not state how a O level student can get into the school at Year 5. It only states that it will administer tests (GAT, ENG, MATH) for prospective students (local and overseas) and this costs $300.
Also, foreign students, if admitted through this exam, need to pay a one-time fee of $4000.
1. So does ACS(I) actually admit students from the O level track? Do they bother about students' L1R5? is there such an admission procedure (through O level) in ACS(I)?
2. And if I am going into ACS(I) through this track, do I need to pay $4000, which is a huge sum.
Thank you in advance.
Getting into ACS(I) year 5 (through O level track)
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