Hi, my name's Sarah, I come from England, and my question is how does your country's educational system compare to other countries?
Firstly, I think England's a little bit different with their timeline about education. We stay in primary school until we are 11 years old and then we do five years in high school, but only three years for your bachelor's degree at university, which I know is actually a lot shorter than most countries where your bachelor degree is four years. So yeah, I think our timeline is very different in England.
Also, you are always, all the way through school, put in sets for your ability and your knowledge and how intelligent you are. You're always, throughout your whole educational journey, put in new different sets, which I know it does not happen in a lot of countries as well.
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