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I am sorry that I can't type in Japanese on my computer because my computer can't install Japanese keyboard thing for some reasons. However, I am currently 22 years old, and I am in Community College (Tanki Daigaku) in America to complete my A.A degrees (Kiso Gaku). However, I am trying to re-enter university from the beginning next year. However, I am Japanese, but since I came here when I was 15 years old, I have no ideas when it comes to Japanese universities' admission rules. Well, I am planning to take entrance examination with high school students next year. And I may choose Keio University. However, I don't want to take KIKOKUSHIJO exams, because it is competitive. Do you think that is it possible for me to take IPPAN NYUSHI with high school students to take exams for Keio University even though I graduated American High school? Please help me, I tries to collect all those information, but I somehow can't find any good resources and information. Thank you very much for your helps.

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Do you think that is it possible for me to take IPPAN NYUSHI with high school students to take exams for Keio University even though I graduated American High school? 英語で回答することも可能ですが、それは規約違反ですので日本語で回答をします。 1.もちろん、アメリカの高校卒業の資格で慶応の入試を受けることは可能です。 出願資格(慶応のWebより) 3. 高等学校を卒業した者と同等以上の学力があると認められる者、および平成23年3月31日までにこれに該当する見込みの者 (1) 外国において学校教育における12年の課程を修了した者、および平成23年3月31日までに修了見込みの者、またはこれらに準ずる者で文部科学大臣の指定したもの あなたはアメリカでハイスクールを卒業したわけですから、この規定により出願資格を有します。 2.しかし入学はかなり難しいと思います。 あなたは、帰国子女枠での受験がcompetitiveであると感じているようですが、一般入試はさらに難しいことは知っていますか? コミカレを卒業するのが、今年の5月から6月でしょう? それからおよそ半年程度の受験勉強で一般入試を受けて合格できるとは思えません。15で渡米したということだと、現地で補習校に通った経験があるかもしれませんが、古文・漢文、それと社会科はおそらく1からやり直しです。 それにしても、やり直しをする環境が無いでしょう。参考書も予備校も日本だったら当たり前にある環境を探すのが非常に困難なはずです。独学で中学卒業レベルの学力を大学受験レベルまで持って行けるのだったら、そもそもそちらで大学に入った方がよほど楽です。 止めた方が無難だと思いますよ。

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