In some cases, this is possible. However, it depends on the school system and what country you are looking to transfer into.
In the United States, most schools are organized into grades K-12. Students must complete all 12 grades in order to graduate high school. If a student fails one or more of these grades, they may be able to transfer to another school district or even another country in order to complete their education.
This process is called “credit recovery” and allows students who have struggled academically an opportunity to get back on track towards graduation.
There are many countries around the world that have different educational systems than America does. Some countries only have 10 or 11 grades total while others may have 20+.
It’s important for students who are looking into transferring their academic credits internationally do their research ahead of time so they know exactly what is required from them in order to receive credit for the courses they’ve already completed stateside.
While transferring your academic credits internationally can be a great option for those who have failed a grade here in America, it’s not always easy nor guaranteed that it will work out smoothly .
There are many things that need to be considered such as: which schools offer credit transfers; how difficult will it be/what exams must be passed; will I still need transcripts from my old school; etc.
So before making any final decisions about your education make sure you weigh all your options and talk with an advisor at your current school as well as any potential schools abroad .”