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- GaryLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
In order to qualify non-jupas admission, you must be able to provide relevant education qualification in order to be processed.
For instance, they must have a transcript to prove you have graduated from high school (not attended), and with standardized test score.
Even the place you have exchanged may be a college. But still you have to be educated for a lengthy time (at least 2 years) in order to be considered for transfer.
- 1 decade ago
I was an exchange student in the US when I ve done F.6, yes you CAN futher your studies after the exchange year, but the point is it depends on the high school to give you a cerified of high school graduated. and of course, you need to get a decent grade from high school. However, it is a very very good experience anyway, it worths!