The correct answer involves A-levels - not something your American customers will generally be familiar with. Indeed, I had to look it up. There is by the way no general American equivalent. There are the rare states that offer a high school diploma with extra certification contingent upon an examination.
Thank you for your feedback! Indeed, there isn't an equivalent of the French 'bac' in the US. A note is included in the lesson so as to explain the equivalence in the British system though. Your feedback will be passed on to the language team.
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There are schools in the US that offer International Bacculaureate (IB). They tend to be elite private schools so the average American isn't familar with them.
AB classes/credits are also similar to A-levels. AB classes are voluntary, you can go to uni without taking them and you don't get a specific diploma or certificate. However, like AB classes, you're given advanced credit at US universities for A-levels.
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