Hi Manuel,Manuel_M said:The Italian system is quite different, I believe. They do not have "O" Levels or GCSE's, and neither do they have "A' levels as such. At the endo of the higher seconadry school period, aged 18, Italians sit for their "esame di maturita', a pass in which would entitle you to go to University.
Our Italian friends will fill us in with more details, and correct me if I am wrong.
Just to add to that - I'm trying to write a CV in Italian at the moment, and I want to say that I got an "A" at A level. Does anyone have any ideas how I can communicate this?